Saturday Morning Routines

I love Saturday mornings. They are just for me, time to devote to doing nothing and decompressing after the work week. I wake up whenever I want to without the aid of my alarm, although I haven’t been able to sleep in very much lately. I then reach for my iPad and catch up on some of my shows from the week- Grey’s, Law & Order: SVU, This is Us, and Modern Family.

After a show or two, my tummy starts to grumble. Time for brekkie! Saturday mornings are for big breakfasts, not my typical fruit, yogurt, and granola. Two fluffy pancakes with butter and syrup, scrambled eggs with cheese, and strawberries hit the spot. A hot cuppa tea afterwards, and I’m ready to snuggle up on the couch to read and comment on some slices. Having caught up on my usuals with some new ones sprinkled in, it’s back to my shows.

By the time I’m caught up on the TV drama front, it’s midday, time to come out of my me time cocoon. That is, until next week when I’ll do it all over again.

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12 thoughts on “Saturday Morning Routines

  1. astarowicz

    This is a great way to end the week. So many teachers end the week the same way. On Friday night, I usually celebrate the week, and on Saturday, I rest for the upcoming week. Today, it’s early afternoon, and I’m still looking to get “going”. Although, I’ve got tons of school work done, did some writing, and still watching some good sports. Thank you for sharing!

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  2. Terje

    The pancakes sound yummy. I wish you a fabulous weekend! I love slow Saturday mornings. Didn’t get one today though. Still at the conference and I went to breakfast at 6:30.

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  3. karpenglish

    This sounds like a great way to begin a Saturday. This weekend has felt extremely disjointed to me, and I am never quite relaxed or quite focused on working, and mostly just feel like I am wandering around. A sick child will do that to you. But I do think it’s time for another cup of tea!

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      1. karpenglish

        I hope so too! Spring Break is right around the corner, though I suspect I may end up with the nasty germs that my kiddo has been spreading everywhere.

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