Friday, February 23, 2007

Morning has broken.

Now I'm going to strangle it.
Getting up this early is...well it's ungodly, isn't it?
Besos
FMC.

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10 Comments:

Anonymous SinĂ©ad said...

Ah yes, early mornings are a new one on me. Hunger wakes me up around 6.30/7 these days. It's a bummer.
God be with the days I'd be coming home in taxi now from last night. Ah great days...

7:30 a.m.  
Anonymous Ian said...

Up early for your run? Nothing like a nice gentle one before breakfast, makes you feel both alive and virtuous all day long...

8:36 a.m.  
Blogger Fat Sparrow said...

Mornings suck ass. I'll be off to the hospital in a few hours, so now I can't sleep, of course.

11:31 a.m.  
Blogger Sam, Problem-Child-Bride said...

I'd be an owl if I was allowed to be but, being as how I have to be a lark these days, I treasure the hour between 6 and 7 I have every morning before the girls get up and the pantomime starts.

5:41 p.m.  
Blogger Foot Eater said...

I've long been planning to get up one Saturday at five a.m. and sit in the conservatory reading Paradise Lost and watching the sunrise. Hasn't happened yet.

6:15 p.m.  
Blogger finn said...

on the contrary -- is there not something lovely about the wee dark hours before the rest of the world awakes and negs your vibe, when everything's alight with possibility?

6:39 p.m.  
Blogger John Mc said...

I used to be a total night owl, (musicans hours), but my work has always required an early start. Combine that with small kids and i have become that scourge the Early Riser.
It has ruined my ability to sleep in. Even if I have been out carousing I still am programmed to wake at the crack.

9:00 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

Just back from the airport, have been on the go for 21 hours now, having a glass of wine, about to fall on face. Glasgow is rather nice is it not.

12:20 a.m.  
Blogger Sam, Problem-Child-Bride said...

Glasgow people are cheery. Well, grimly cheery, but in some cities, people aren't any kind of cheery.

If Glasgow didn't get rained on so much, I reckon it would be the cheeriest place in Britain.

1:32 a.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

It didn't rain at all yesterday, well not until about nine, then it spattered a bit. Folk were going about their business in t-shirts in some instances. A hardy lot indeed. The buildings are stunning too, lots of sharp little hills mind, a devil to do in heels.
I was mightly impressed and wouldn't mind going back for a weekend-a not work related weekend.

8:56 a.m.  

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