Sunday of an international family

We started our day by grocery shopping. It had been awhile since we’ve done that together. Our work schedules don’t coincide too often lately.

For breakfast we had Russian blini. Daniel, as usual, had them in American style with Maple syrup. I ate  them with jam, not sore cream though today. LOL

Later on today Daniel baked muffins (I’m pleased with the fact that a husband is a baker in our family), I did the dishes, washed clothes, and worked on my scarf. My mom wouldn’t be happy with me because of this. When I was a kid, there were some bans on Sunday’s activities. She considered knitting, sewing, doing laundry on Sunday a sin. 

Well, I’m not a child anymore, and she’s not around, only memories left. 

There are a few more things on my to-do-list for today, such as cooking, reading, contacting people, getting ready for a work week, etc…

Of course, I would like to accomplish as many of them as possible. 

But today is Sunday after all. And Daniel and I are both home, let’s be lazy for a change. Daniel’s watching the TV show “CSI Miami” in English. I’m watching “Belorusskiy vokzal” in Russian. Crackle’s  warming himself near the fireplace between his nap time. 

Quiet and relaxing Sunday. 

I wish all your Sundays to be the Sundays of your dreams. 

Author: Elena

Hi, My name is Elena. I am Russian living in the US. My blog is about my life and experience. This is my new hobby. So, please, don't be too hard on me. Thanks

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