I'm a morning person. None of this "hit the snooze alarm" stuff for me. However, some days I'm really a morning person, and manage to get quite a few things accomplished before most of the world is awake. Today is such a day.
I took today's photo through my freshly washed window. That's the view from my kitchen table. I just love looking at the birds, and the flowers. Daffodils and irises are finished blooming; roses, butterfly bush, and salvia are blooming now; and gladioli, dahlia, and pomegranate are yet to bloom. I often linger at the table, taking my time with the crossword puzzle, Sudoku, and Ken-Ken, just so I can continue to enjoy the view. (My photo doesn't quite do it justice.)
Today, however, I did not even pick up a pencil. Besides the window washing, I've weeded the front yard flower beds, and done the more routine sort of things: prayer and scripture study, journal writing, e-mail, feed the dog, fill the bird feeders, laundry, etc.
The kids are waking up now, so I'd better stop blogging about my accomplishments and get back to work. While I am a morning person, I am definitely not an evening person. If it isn't done by dinnertime, it probably won't get done. And as happy as I am with what I've done so far, there is more to do!