I come in to work a little before 9 a.m. in order to check my work email so that I'm up-to-date with the schedule in case dailies are happening at a different time or if there are any meetings. Then depending on the schedule, I might have dailies, where we review shots with the supervisor or we are in a video transmission with the client or any other form of shot review. If none of this is happening, I continue working on my shots until lunch. Depending on the show schedule, it can be a full lunch at the dining commons with fellow animators, or, if it is really busy, I take the food to-go and eat at my desk.
The afternoon is kind of the same as the morning. If the schedule is quiet you work on your shots, and if not, you spend time in transmissions or afternoonlies (the afternoon version of dailies).
If it's crunch time, you may have to work late into the evening. In that case, the production crew of the show you're on makes sure that you get dinner -- which is awesome!
Sometimes the afternoon gets broken up with Ergo Breaks, which is organized by production, and you usually head to the production office and have drinks and yummy snacks with your co-workers and relax for a bit (I love it when they bring in Indian food; so gooood!).
That's the work schedule; I also spend at least half the day laughing. I'm surrounded by so many great people and there are always jokes flying around or funny instant messages popping up on your screen. It's a great mix between hard work and fun.