Wednesday, 31 March 2010

Daisy elected to stay at home over Easter to revise, the clock is ticking and she is conscious that at least she has the luxury of an offer from her chosen university which is more than many of her far more diligent friends have got.
She has flapped ever since not knowing how she will cope with looking after herself so I put together the above plan.
The reality will be more like;
10am wake up fumble downstairs and let the dog out the back.
10.30am log on and chat to friends via Face Book.
11am start foraging for quick easy gratification snacks.
11.30am back to bed and read book.
11.45am doze off.
1.30pm wake up and go searching for food.
2pm wander dining room aimlessly and create a functioning work space.
3pm take dog to the patch of grass 100m down the road and back.
3.10pm do some revision.
4pm warm up a ready meal eat watching television.
6pm finally sit back down and log back on to Face Book.
8pm go to bed exhausted and watch some more tele. On alternate night run a bath and doze off.
Repeat daily


zmkc said...

I recognise this schedule - I think it's part of the A level syllabus.

Looking Fab in your forties said...

Great idea - in theory! My daughter 2 started Uni last Sept and I still worry especially when she tells me she gets the hump if she missed Loose Women as she has really got into that programme WTF! She is home at the moment, got up at 10 then went back to bed at 12 and has just woken up and come down. Even though I was one, I don't "get" teenagers!

auntiegwen said...

Ah yes, I know that schedule and feeding timetable well.

La Belette Rouge said...

I wish you would do my schedule. I fear that my schedule is more like Daisy's version. I do walk the dog in the a.m. as I have no back yard.