Good Morning

Albuquerque sunrise

A cheerful good morning is so much easier to dredge up after a cup of coffee. I don’t see how people can wake up chipper and full of smiles and greetings before their coffee. Fuzzy headed and grumpy is my philosophy in the first 15 minutes of the day. Then I get a cup of joe down and everything looks more colorful.

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2 Responses to Good Morning

  1. Edwin Jeter says:

    Morning represents the beginning of the day and a time to express sentiments. We drink coffee, smile and express good feelings when things are fine. On the other hand, morning can be an extended period from the previous night when something unpleasant occurred. That is expressed differently in the morning.

  2. Ah, another waking day, a climate of today’s brilliance where the sparkling fires of the well lit sky ream down in beams of eternal light. But the light it burns when reaching and carressing and touching the bareness of the skin. Oh, stop your painful titillation, it is severe burn and ligamentary decision and now I am forced to break down in dreaded compromise in the tantrum throwing mornings of the afternoon.

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