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Poulter walks back into the house with a sushi dinner, only to be informed he forgot to pick up the chicken nuggets and French fries requested by the kids. He heads out again, adding strawberry milkshakes to the order as penance.
After bath time Katie puts the kids down for bed. Her hubby slips away to his closet to box up the winter collection of clothes and hang the new spring-summer items. Thirty pairs of pants, 60 shirts and 30 sweaters find a new home, and the equivalent number of out-of-season items are banished to the golf studio. "I have to be busy, or I go crazy," he says. "There are no days off. I don't like to take an hour off."
Exhausted, Ian and Katie head to bed. Naturally, they stay up and watch two episodes of Homeland.
Lights out, at last.
The next morning Poulter will report that he cannot remember having had any dreams. That shouldn't come as a surprise, since all his dreams have already come true.