Today we have been around our tiny terraced house and made a list of all the jobs that need doing and put them into a spreadsheet.
Tomorrow we will prioritise which jobs need doing immediately, which can wait, mark which jobs will be allocated to builders and decorators and assign the others to the Bedsock or myself.
Sunday we will have a day of rest after this exertion and possibly check out the new Jamie Oliver restaurant in Brighton for lunch.
Monday we will start on some of our jobs and realise that we do not have the equipment or materials needed. This will necessitate several trips to B&Q who, as usual, will have run out of anything we want like nails or screws etc. All further work will be postponed indefinitely.
During the evenings we will endeavour to watch 30 hours of stored TV programmes on our Virgin V+ box. The other 30 recorded hours will either have to be deleted or downloaded to DVDs, a long and boring process. The box is malfunctioning - it didn't record the entire week we were away so I missed crucial episodes of America's Next Top Model and Project Runway. The Virgin engineer informed us that we need a new box and would therefore lose all our recordings on the existing one.
Nobody bought me an Easter Egg.
The picture is of 'Pheasant's eye' daffodils at Cotehele gardens.