Homemade Sunday

With a day of sunbathing in the park with a picnic planned for yesterday, Juliet and I were very disappointed when we woke up to cloudy weather. Instead we made the most of a lazy day to relax. We did exactly what we’d do on a Sunday morning at home… And stayed in bed. Eventually we really did need to get up, had breakfast, and spent the next hour being seamstress’ and sewing on our Argentina badges to our backpacks (we didn’t realise we were going to be going there when we first bought badges).
After our exhausting hour of sewing (never again) we drew up an exercise circuit, moved the kitchen table into the corner and started our hour long home work out, including jumping jacks, press ups, sit ups, squats and many more.
Feeling very proud of ourselves and what we’d done that morning, we decided to treat ourselves to a vegetable sandwich in Basilica, where we spent the rest of the afternoon relaxing, reading and facetiming.
It was then time to do our supermarket shop. Since today at school is Juliet and my desperdida (goodbye party) we have to provide the party snacks for 60 kids and so stocked up on popcorn, marshmallows and coca cola. We then started buying the ingredients for our dinner of guacamole and Doritos. We bought tomatoes, and onion, a lime, the potato chips… And when we went to buy avocados, they had none. So typical! Lucky we discovered that there is another much bigger supermarket nearby and there we bought our avocados, and lots of fresh fruit for a fruit salad for desert, and headed back to the house to cook up our meal and watch a few movies.







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