0900-1000 Planning the operation. Diagrams could be involved.
1000-1100 Find various scraping instuments from parts of the kitchen and toolbox.
1100-1120 Midmorning coffeebreak for all delegates.
1120-1200 Gouge the old sealant out of the gaps beween the bath and the tiles using scraping instruments.
1200-1300 Fill the bath up so that it is weighed down by the weight of water which is supposed to help things along (Yes, this might seem a long time to do this task but you have to do it slowly to avoid splashage).
1300-1400 Lunchbreak for all delegates. Bath edges will also dry during this time (See, I am not wasting time needlessly here).
1400-1500 Get various emergency bits of equipment together like newspaper and carrier bags and unblock the sealant tube with one of the scraping impliments even though it has not been opened so how it could be blocked heavens knows.
1500-1600 Put masking tape around the relevant areas of the bath. To mask it, sort of thing.
1600-1620 Afternoon teabreak for all delegates.
1631-1632 Squeezing out the sealant along the gaps.
1632-1634 Trying to run a kitchen spatula along the sealant to make it look like it is ok and not a botched job but trying to do it very quickly because the stuff dries in two minutes.
1634-1656 Trying to wash sealant off hands but largely failing as it is a nasty rubbery plasticy substance that is not intended to wash off things.
1656-1713 Opening some windows because the stuff really does smell quite strongly.
1713-1730 Looking at results and realising it looks like a bit of a botched job but it is not our fault because you have to do all of the important bit in two minutes which makes it very difficult really.
[Note: This entry is all theoretical. It does not bear any relation to any actual events.]