8am: Shower and tidy up.
9am: “Breakfast with my wife - I always ensure I cook something different every day and prepare something delicious.” A very important ingredient, you need to prepare for great conversation.
Maybe a book you have read, a podcast you have listened to or just talk about ways to cope with isolation in your home.
10am – 12pm: Playing the guitar. My father has always been a very hard-working person and spent long hours in an office, but he never gave up his love for Flamenco. When he retired, he started daily lessons in order to cultivate his hobby.
12 - 1pm: Preparing lunch. My father is the cook at home since from very early on when I was a little girl, he imposed this on all of us, thankfully as cooking is not part of my mother’s natural gifts... sorry mum! For lunch, since they are in isolation, they have decided to be extra careful with the amount of food they eat and ensure it is as nutritious and healthy as possible. My father takes great pleasure in preparing these so that they can both enjoy.
1pm: My mother calls for a little aperitif! A glass only of wine or a beer with a little homemade tapas. It is starting to get sunny in Granada and warmer, so they both sit on the windows and enjoy some fresh air. It’s all in your head they say!
2pm - 4pm: They have their lunch over a nice glass of wine and a coffee. It is important to make it special, particularly in times like these.