Make some dinner wash the dishes watch alittle tv call a few family members shower go to bed . Then do it all over again and look forward to Saturday to wash the clothes mow the yard take a long nap in the early afternoon and so on
I spend time with my dog, cook tea, wash my uniform & get it dry for the next day. Watch a bit of tv & enjoy a southern comfort & coke. Do a bit of housework. Then head of to bed between 12 & 2am to get up at 5.30 am for another day at a wonderful job. My son has finally gone again so my dog & I live again in perfect harmony.
Cleaning, Thrift store shopping (not because I am not wealthy I love it), playing dolls with my daughter, listening to music, reading about new things (only ever read two books cover to cover, teaching my children how to read, decorating, gardening, sleeping, cooking/baking recipes I find in books at the grocery store, Google everything I don't totally understand anything I want to know more about, Netflix, dog walking, talking about the neighbors to the other neighbors, mix s few moments of intimacy and that's my life.
I never actually "get home from work" but if there are no medical emergencies, storms, etc. I usually crash on the couch for a few hours, sometimes hubby cooks, sometimes i do, i watch the news, check the Internet sites I like (like ask) then go to bed, read until I fall asleep.
I'm happy to say that, having retired, my weekends are seven days long and I own the whole 24 hours. The wonderful thing about that is that I don't need to sleep, eat, or do anything else at the same time as everybody else.
<----obviously NOT normalI--- I pretty much do whatever I feel like doing. I'm on a computer at work all day and answering phones. The company I work for is not a type of company where people call when things are going okay.....so I am dealing with unhappy/scared people who are dealing with a problem that we must solve for them. When I get home I am NEVER on the phone. I am a multi-tasker so I can cook, watch TV, play online, and do laundry at the same time. I used to read a lot but have not been able to concentrate enough to do so for over a year. This time of year we also go to baseball games. I really like baking but Hubster doesn't care for pies or cakes. So I do not do as much as I would like. Of course we have our furry brood to contend with as well. Playing with a more than 110 pound GSD is a good way to decompress as well.
I feed the cat, make tea, put on a fire in the fireplace, and reach for my book. Nobody should expect anything from me for at least a half hour. I need time to separate myself from work. Then I make dinner and become a civilized human being.
No Normal here. Travel, Dream of traveling, Read Robert Jordan's "Wheel of Time":O) Plan on ways to communicate, Do so with some fun and some strange people.. Grow new leaves, and prepare to bear lots of fruit!:-).