A very basic sketch, however, would be something like this:
In the morning, I see my Husband off to work. We kiss at the door and always make sure that our last words to each other are, "I love you," for one never knows when this phrase might be the last, and every opportunity is so very special! At some point in the mid-morning, my Husband sends me an e-mail "To Do" list for the day. And so the rest of my morning and afternoon consists of fulfilling the enumerated chores, coursework, appointments, and prayers. I deeply appreciate my "List," because while I am a very grown-up, capable, responsible adult, I also tend to suffer from an "ooooooh, look, shiny object!" syndrome. I start and stop projects constantly, going to one room to put something away and, whilst there, become very side-tracked. Also, the most random of objects sometimes end up in the refrigerator... and even odder things wind up in the cupboards. Is it any wonder, then, that I prefer to have a tangible list rather than relying upon the one in my head? ;-)
I do have lots of time for personal pursuits-- baking, sewing, photography, reading great literary works, listening to music, getting together with friends, going to the local university where my Husband works and doing coursework at the library, working out, and of course, reaching out through social networking!
Every day, whenever I am not traveling, I traditionally pray 15 decades of the Rosary as part of my daily spiritual obligations. I pray for each and every one of my readers, for your joy, peace, contentment, personal growth, and your personal intentions. You are all very special to me.
When my Husband returns home in the evening, I welcome him home-- usually with a great big hug and many kisses! He takes off his coat... removing the suit coat, however, does take much persistent pleading which may or may not be successful! My Husband relaxes with a cold drink which I bring him, and, depending upon his mood and my behaviour, I either sit on his lap and recount my day, or I kneel before him and do the same. Any infraction of the aforementioned list is noted, although not necessarily dealt with right then.
Our evenings, after supper, are spent in a variety of different scenarios-- church events, getting together with my Husband's colleagues, going to the cinema (every so often), walking around random shopping centres and laughing ourselves sick over the most random of things, or simply staying home. My Husband and I rarely watch television, although we do enjoy a good film, and so, more often than not, we simply talk. Sometimes that sparks a debate, and those are always fun! ;-)
At night, we fall asleep in each other's arms. For all that my Husband is a formidable man that commands respect simply by his very presence, he's really the cuddliest man in the entire world! I'm certainly not a clingy female, by any stretch of the imagination, but being in my Husband's arms is truly "home."
And that, ladies and gentlemen, is as close as I can get to an average day in my life!
As for the consequences of my negligences, or my sassy behaviour, or outright disobedience, those are dealt with at a time of my Husband's choosing. He prefers to wait until I am in a certain "mood," which he rightly believes will have the best impact in defeating my pride and stubbornness. When he is finished, I am a very repentant, humbled soul... but always grateful for the lesson!
I wouldn't change my life, or what it holds, for anything in the world! :-)