Sunday Morning

Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by HorniKaz, May 15, 2005.

  1. HorniKaz

    HorniKaz Supporting Member

    Does anyone have a "Sunday Morning Ritual"?

    I don't anymore but when I lived with my parents, it went a bit like this:
    Get up
    Have a brew whilst still in PJs
    Get showered & dressed
    Help Dad wash the car
    Have cooked breakfast around 11.30am (no need to have dinner then!)

    Now its..
    Get up
    Have a brew whilst still in PJs
    Go on tMP (yes, porper saddo that I am!)
    Watch Hollyoaks omnibus
    Think about getting showered & dressed
    & in the case of the next 3 sundays..
    Put band uniform on & go on the march/play in a field!!
  2. Big Twigge

    Big Twigge Active Member

    If at home...
    • Get up, have breakfast
    • Have shower, get dressed
    • Watch grand prix and read sunday papers
    • Eat lovely home cooked/pub cooked dinner
    • MAybe go for a walk
    • eat more food
    • Watch antiques roadshow and timeteam
    • Go to bed.
    At uni...
    • get up, have breakfast
    • have shower, get dressed
    • try and do work or read paper
    • eat
    • work
    • eat
    • work
    • sleep.
  3. Will the Sec

    Will the Sec Active Member

    Winter - having made sure all the wake up alarms are off, sleep in until I wake up. Can be late! Go round and see my mum.

    Summer - get up early, and have a long soak in a bath infused with essence of Lavender. Soothes the muscles after a hard day's cricket the day before. (16-4-47-4 and 54 including 3x6 and 6x4, thank you for asking.) If not playing cricekt, go and see mum in the afternoon, otherwise in the evening.
  4. Big Twigge

    Big Twigge Active Member

    Oooo I forgot about the cricket (squad for 1st test has been announced today...yey!), If cricket is on, settle down to work in front of cricket. With mum shouting about how the cricket is on the radio/tv in every b****y room in the house and even wired up in the shed and greenhouse. Surround sound cricket, what more could you want?!
  5. JessopSmythe

    JessopSmythe Active Member

    All depends on the little one. If it's not my turn to get him up, sort his breakfast out etc, I don't have a sunday morning ritual. Having said that, some of the rituals above look remarkably like my sunday afternoon ones:D
  6. Craigsav83

    Craigsav83 Active Member

    Every Sunday get up for work at 6am. Was up at half 5 this morning! :eek: Finish at 1 pm, back home for tMP (I'm that sad too ;) ) followed by an early dinner. Occasionally a pub quiz to finish off the night. :D
  7. Naomi McFadyen

    Naomi McFadyen New Member

    Mine tends to be....

    Get up....

    Go on PC....

    but that's most days....
  8. Liz Courts

    Liz Courts Active Member

    Well, for the last couple of months I've been working 12:30-3:30pm on Sundays, so I usually stay in bed for as long as possible. Usual routine is as follows:

    10:30am - Eat breakfast, get up and shower.
    11:30am - Get dressed and have some lunch.
    12:00pm - Drive to work.

    May also manage to fit tMP somewhere into my schedule! :rolleyes:

    Next week, however, I'm working 12-4. :sup Don't know what I'm going to do...:rolleyes:
  9. six pints

    six pints Active Member

    at uni (not during exam time)
    sleep in till 11 30
    watch thurs and fri episodes of hollyoaks missed due to late lectures
    get out of bed (still in pjs)
    cook sunday roast (still in pjs)
    eat sunday roast (still in pjs)
    play on tiniternet (still in pjs)
    do anything to avoid doing anything else (still in pjs)
    bout 6pm might get dressed and go to the pub, or if at college go to bar in pjs

    at uni (during exams)
    set alarm for 8 30
    hit snooze button until 9 32
    get up, work, work and more work!

    at home
    get up at 7 30
    get dressed
    bike to work at 8
    clean poolside at 8 30
    have an hours sleep during adult session 9-10, shouting at evil kids who disturb me
    at 10 spend next three hours shouting at evil kids, usually barring at least half a dozen before my lunch break
  10. bigmamabadger

    bigmamabadger Active Member

    *Lie peacfully until small child wakes up.
    *Listen to small child wake up.
    *Roll over and go back to sleep, secure in the knowledge that it's not my turn to get up and deal with her.
    *Listen to angry husband stumbing around bedroom muttering about it being time to send her down the mines.
    *Get up after long lie in and go for pub lunch and nice walk in the countryside.

    Good enough?
  11. akwarose

    akwarose Active Member

    sundays have mornings?!?!why didnt anyone tell me?
  12. PeterBale

    PeterBale Moderator Staff Member

    Usual Sunday morning routine:

    7.00 In bath
    7.15 Breakfast
    7.30 Catch up on programmes videotaped from tv (or tMP)
    7.45 Start calling Jonathan (JMB83)
    8.55 Set out to get bus to go to the morning meeting
    (occasionally: 9.10 Get taxi as bus has not arrived/has failed to stop!)

    This mornng:

    5.30 Got up
    5.40 Breakfast
    6.00 left for work (6.17 train) :(
  13. Just Crazy

    Just Crazy Member

    Mine is normally

    8am get up
    8.30am have shower and get ready
    9.00am have breakfast (normally pint of water and 2x paracetemol-hangover)
    9.30am Go on Tmp (little bit to keep me going til i get home)
    9.45am drive to work [​IMG]
    10am - 5pm Work hard
    5.15 get home and straight onto Tmp
    6.30pm Tea
    7.00 Tv (sorry i cant miss my soaps)
    9.00 Tmp
    Then bedtime depends on what is happening on Tmp
  14. Bryan_sop

    Bryan_sop Active Member

    If working day shift:
    Alarm goes off at 5.25 :shock:
    Keep hitting snooze until about 5.45
    Drag myself into the shower
    Get dressed
    6.10 Cycle to work, head straight for the kitchen for large coffee
    18.30 go home

    Night shift:
    Get home from work at 6.45ish
    Go straight to bed
    Sleep till about midday

    Day off:
    Automatically wake up at 5.30-6
    Lay in bed until 8.30ish trying to get back to sleep
    Get phone call from housemate in the room next to me
    Cook a big greasy fry-up
  15. LeDragon

    LeDragon Active Member

    Wake up about 10.00am.
    Go downstairs for head ache tablets.
    Return to bed.
    Wake up about 11.45.
  16. akwarose

    akwarose Active Member

    ohhh... those sunday mornings...:rolleyes: