Yes, ordinary usually means at least 2 big loads of laundry, hundreds of cups, glasses, mugs and plates needing to be washed, the door going every 15 minutes with some of the kids' friends coming or going, cooking, sweeping floors, taking care of the critters but it is predictable.
There is a calming order to all those things. I suppose being ASD means that I don't like my routine being upset (unless I am the one upsetting it), but I had never given it much thought in the past or thought I achieved much in an ordinary day.
Writing it all out, I think my days are pretty full... I am still working on the "me time" thing, taking a few minutes each night to post here and keeping up with our dailysnappers all count though, so it's off to a good start in that department for me.
And, of course, doing TWO photo a day challenges and still keeping up is pretty good for me as well.. I normally would have given up on at least one by now!
I tried to come up with something creative for today's "inside" prompt.. but failed spectacularly, yet again. So here's one shot showing what is currently in my "everday" handbag and one showing what is in my ribbon jar