I watched that (newish) show on Thursday night called Gogglebox. Hilarious! Going to be part of my regular weekly viewing, hands down!
Basically it's a reality TV show, where 10 households are filmed while they're watching television. They're all told what shows to watch, and the reactions to what they are watching are edited and shown. Priceless! There are families, couples and flatmates. It's really cool to see 1 - how other people watch telly and 2 - how other people talk and comment on what they've seen. I think it's great because I was watching it and thinking they are so Australian. The reactions they have to things are are brilliant. Unfortunately I'm trying to think of an example and I can't quite think of one. Most of the people featured swear a lot, which suits me. I'm a big fan of curse words; I use them fairly liberally myself. There's a swear jar at work just for me. :-/ But back to the show: it's those throw away comments and one-liners. It's the randomness. I need to get to somewhere with free wifi and catch up on the first 6 episodes I think!!
I did end up going for that walk on Friday afternoon. 2.4km (1.5mi). I'm relatively happy with that. Although it did make me start coughing again. : S
I need to plan out food that I am going to make for the upcoming week, and workout my schedule/routine for the new few months until my next holidays, I'm always leaving everything until the holidays, and then when the holidays come around, I waste them. Like all this last week, I've been meaning to call the tax department. Have I though? Not a chance.
There's also organising a doctor's appointment, dentist appointment, plumber, fixing a bookcase (that I've been meaning to do since I moved in 2.5 years ago!), repainting, replanting, changing over clothes and bedding to a winter wardrobe. And maybe donate some things that I've been meaning to donate.
I also got it into my head that I want to buy some lino or vinyl to line my kitchen cupboards. It was exit-cleaning my best friend's rental over the New Year that gave me the idea. Her kitchen cupboards were lined and it made it so fantastically easy to clean. They weren't even her idea, they were already in the house when she moved in. I had been meaning to do it ever since then, but put it off because I knew it would be a tedious task to measure every cupboard to work out how much I would need. But when I got back on Tuesday, I opened a cupboard to discover a tin of fruit (that, to be fair, I'd had for a fair few number of years) must have rusted through because there was a dark syrupy type substance on the shelf. So I after I cleaned it up, I figured that it was no time like the present to organise and look for some lino/vinyl for my shelves.
In fact, I may as well do it for all the shelves in the house - my wardrobe shelf is not very smooth and occaisionally my clothes catch on in. I originally taped down some butchers' paper, but I think lino may go much nicer. I want to get some of a decent thickness that won't slide around. Otherwise there's no point is there?