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Sunday morning I wake up at 5:15 am with my fiancé, this is just my body clock. I put on my sports equipment for peloton, weight lifting, coffee, dog walking, bacon, yoga, berries, and pilates … but not all at the same time.
Are you busy? I completed an MSc in Psychology during the suspension and am now applying to study for my doctorate. I was so impressed with how the pandemic was affecting mental health that I decided to study it instead of just sitting around.
Is it a day for you I have Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong for company as I meander along the Thames. I would enjoy a sumptuous, long and indulgent lunch with a view of the water at the River Café in Hammersmith. I’ve been walking around the capital on Sundays all my life.
Growing up on Sundays? At boarding school, my Sundays were spent in church – we walked there in long, uncomfortable robes. It was an all girls school but the walk led us past the boys school which was a pleasure. Once I was older we were allowed to leave the premises on Sundays so we hung outside of Wimpy instead.
If you could be anywhere next sunday I would go straight to Australia. It’s my favorite place in the world – after the UK. I spent a lot of time there as a teenager, I have good friends there and could handle sunshine and swimming. Yes please take me to Byron Bay.
Sunday night television? It is not “What did I see?” But “What did I not see?”. I feel like I’ve completed Netflix. My perfect Sunday night tour is RuPaul’s Drag Race and a documentary, though I’ll be taking The Real Housewives of New Jersey anytime. In any case, I’ll fall asleep way too early, around 8:30 p.m., curled up with the dog on the sofa.