A Morning of Late

Why I hate sleeping

1)   I just feel awful, totally awful, about myself.
2)   I eat unhealthy foods for breakfast. Like
leftover MacNCheese and hotdogs.

3)   I (try to) ignore messes like an accidentally dumped pile of powdered sugar and living room pillows scattered about the floor. (Dear future hubby, whoever you are, I promise I’m not always this messy.)  🙂

4)   I forget the wonderful things I need to do on my
“To-Do” list. I’m a list girl and an unfinished “To-Do” is comparable to a big
blister on the bottom of my foot.   

5)   Oh, then I get on here and rant and rave over
the morning’s failure . . . hoping it will help . . . while only prolonging the problem.

So, how shall I fix

I’m off to brush my
(out of control) main, throw some decent clothes on, wipe off that counter and
get to business. Wonderful things are waiting for me; things like homework,
reading, preparing dinner, cleaning, and organizing. And they shan’t be

What about you? Do
late mornings throw you off?


2 thoughts on “A Morning of Late

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    Weeeell … yes and no … You see, I'm a night owl, so late mornings feel quite natural to me – actually a relief, after five sleep-deprived days of acting like a morning person! But I definitely have "those" mornings, those "Jonah-of-a-day" mornings, and I hate them! My usual solution is to wash my hair (not-quite-pristine hair is a major mood-buster for me), put on my best makeup, and put on quiet music while I work in the kitchen for a while.

    Now, I hope to one day determine if this routine will still work when I have children …

    Have a great day, my friend!


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