Breakfast this morning was what I had been intending to have for dinner last night - grilled turkey, boiled potatoes and peas, and lashings of salad cream. Yummy.
Apart from that, a large chunk of the day was spent tidying up and cleaning in the kitchen, including - for the first time in absolutely ages, getting the washing and drying up out of the way. Which gave me quite a pleasant sense of achievement.
Meanwhile, Sarah watched some of her documentaries from the week - Ancient Worlds, the Greece one, and the second - and final- episode of David Attenborough's First Life. I also started watching some of Doctor Who - Inferno apropros of nothing in particular...well, I say that, Ian Levine mentioned a while back on Gallifrey Base that it's the story that could most benefit from a remastered edition; I had my doubts, but to be honest on re-watching it, yes, it's a bit ropey; of course that's partly an inevitability of the source materials, but even so, if they could improve on it, that'd be cool. Then this evening, I started watching the Tony Robinson documentary The Real Da Vinci Code. Not sure why, I think I just fancied a bit of a laugh.
Sarah made herself a chicken curry, and then popped on some jacket potatoes - we had a couple each, I had mine with grated cheese (although I did think that baked beans could have been nice, but we didn't seem to have any in).
Can't remember anything else about today, specifically. But on the whole, it was a good day.