Monday, November 22

#124 - see the early


 I love getting up early in the morning. I love seeing the day for a few more hours than people in the world usually would - watching new, fresh light fill the morning. In summer here, the mornings are a beautiful temperature, and if you're lucky - a gorgeous wind gently awakes you.

And I know its not for everyone - but I encourage you bed heads for one morning soon to get up just before the sunrise and perceive this loveliness. (please? And I would love to hear your experience of it!)

Image: Photographer Lina Scheynius via somewhereasparkle

7 comments:

Anneliese said...

I got up at 5.30 this morning, mostly for the same reasons! Only the sun was already up by the time I got up :( but that just meant that I got to get even more sunshine into my day :D

And yes, getting up early is a fab idea.

litalicious said...

I wake up before everybody does, but its still dark here in belgium
& I wake people up where I work
so I'm likkee grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr I wanna go back to bed:p

But when I get up early in the summer, look at the sunrise with a cup of thea, I'm happy^^


love lita

Laurel said...

My most recent thoughts on early mornings-
http://this-is-our-city.blogspot.com/2010/11/what-beautiful-place-dobby-murmured.html

J.Cee said...

I think I'm an insomniac, so I get up about two hours earlier than everyone else. Now that it's winter, it's pretty dark outside, so I just lay in bed and enjoy the silence.

I love how you find these little things and make them more lovely in your blog. It really makes me optimistic about my day.

All the time in the world... said...

It's funny this is your latest post, just today I was convinced by my lecturer to start my day that little bit earlier and get out and about before starting my day...It's obviously a sign...

Frei said...

I would loove to do that too..!

Anonymous said...

I wake up every school morning between 5 and 5:30, and every day, whether looking outside my window, in the car, on the bus or -heaven forbid- across the school fields, I see the dawn. And it is marvelous - in its understated, humble way.