Friday, November 03, 2006

Random Question Friday: Super Day Off Edition

Due to a schedule adjustment that only people in my profession have to deal with, yours truly has a (much deserved) day off. And in honor of days off everywhere, today's Random Question Friday asks you to describe good mornings. That is, when you have a good morning, how do you know? What sorts of things constitute a happy beginning to your day?

Mine involves a pot of super special coffee that I reserve only for weekends and/or days off, some sort of cooked breakfast instead of toast, and a visit to for some Grateful Dead background music as I shower and clean up, etc.


At 10:50 AM, Blogger Anna said...

I know it's going to be a good morning when I wake up early enough to have a walk, a shower AND make the bed.

Yes, this is scary, but just wait till you have a small child.

At 7:10 PM, Blogger ...Abbey... said...

Good Mornings... my father would tell you I never have them, but I do, quite often!

A good morning consists of a shower, in which the water is hot throughout the entire duration, crawling back into bed (dripping hair and a rather damp towel) with Dan, where I snuggle for 10-15 minutes while my coffee brews. I get up, have my coffee that has “oops, just a splash too much creamer," and still have time to watch 15 minutes of morning TV! Good Morning Sunshine!

At 10:59 AM, Blogger Leslie said...

Sleep late.
Spouse makes the coffee.
Pancakes for breakfast.
Go for a walk.
That's it! Today I have all of that, plus a rotten cold. I'd be much happier without the cold.

At 11:45 PM, Blogger graeme said...

I can tell it's going to be a bad morning (and subsequently a bad day) when I pour orange juice instead of milk into my cereal and have to take a bite before I realize what I've done. Never fails- every single time I do that it's an off day.
A good morning is any one that I wake up and don't wish that I was still asleep. Bacon in thr fridge also helps.

At 8:49 AM, Blogger dirk.mancuso said...

A good morning would start with me opening my eyes and seeing John Stamos asleep beside me.

I don't have a lot of good mornings.

At 9:27 PM, Blogger rothfuss said...

Mmmmmm... the smell of Napalm.

It smells like victory.

And, in an odd bit of karma mix-up, my bad days tend to start off with me opening my eyes and seeing John Stamos asleep beside me.

At 8:54 PM, Blogger david said...

good mornings:

awake an hour before jenn is; get the coffee brewing; marley-dog comes downstairs to snuggle up next to me on the couch; i turn on the tv and instead of the standard bass fishing show hosted by some southern bumkin, there's an actual flyfishing show on oln; start cooking an egg breakfast when i hear jenn stirring upstairs.

do my damndest not to think of that john stamos guy.


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