Morning Person or Late Owl?

Morning Person or Late Owl?



Are you a morning person or a night owl?

~~~~~~~~ 1 A Good Morning Definitely a morning person.  I wake up refreshed and ready to go.  The house is quiet and I can think quite clearly.  I love watching the sunrise and all the birds come flocking.  It is a calm period when I can do my spiritual work of the day.  Then I write, and all too soon, I look at the clock and it is noon time or after.  Where did the morning go?  Wow, that went by fast! I have to make myself stop and eat something, then take my handful of prescription medications.  Then my mind shuts down, along with most of my body.  I struggle to get some house work done, but mostly I just want to go back to bed, and very often I do. I try to stay awake and talk with my hubby for awhile when he gets home from work, but once we have dinner, I’m done.  Hardly ever do I stay awake past 7:00 to 8:00 p.m.



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