a morning person





31380945384_dbd754a1c6_omorning mozart

“The moment when you first wake up in the morning is the most wonderful of the twenty-four hours. No matter how weary or dreary you may feel, you possess the certainty that, during the day that lies before you, absolutely anything may happen. And the fact that it practically always doesn’t, matters not a jot. The possibility is always there.”

~Monica Baldwin

Sharing some inspiring finds this morning:

Minato captures light, simplicity and beauty in a special way

Cathy’s blog is honest and true, wonderfully written and filled with gorgeous photography

A Small Stone is a bit of haiku heaven


21 thoughts on “becoming..

  1. Beautiful images of morning, Susan! I am working hard to morph from a night owl to a morning person 🙂 The light in the morning is just unique.

  2. No matter the new year’s resolutions and other attempts, I seem to be destined to remaining a night owl. But I love seeing what the early hours look like from your lens! 😀

  3. I love your entry into morning here…and all the pages you shared. Lovely work by all and you know I’m a Haiku fan…so that will be fun…
    Your table is wonderful…as are all the photo’s…Morning routines are so varied and I wish I wasn’t so rigid about mine…but I know it has to be…More time, but it slips away like and on a beach…I guess I just keep enjoying your early morning light…well to a new year my friend..I think it’s going to be very exciting for you…

  4. Wonderful early morning atmosphere in all these beautiful captures, Susan. I am very much a morning person for as long as I can remember! My usual time to wake and get up is anytime from 5 am, sometimes a little later, but rarely after 6 am! I love witnessing the day wake up!

  5. I love early mornings…the time just after the dark…your home looks so beautiful…warm welcoming and I can image the warm bread smell…have a joyful day ~ smiles hedy 😀

  6. Morning is the time to express gratitude for all what we have , who we share our live with and what the day will bring. Lovely post, Susan

  7. Oh Susan, I am so honored to be mentions here! Thank you sweet friend.

    I am such a morning person it is a bit of a struggle, this time of year, to stay up until it is dark. That last photo of Mozart is so wonderful.

  8. And no matter what time in the morning or afternoon you wake up, if you have that sense of the possibility of the day, then I guess you’re a morning person, right? 🙂
    I enjoyed Minato’s super clean-looking photography, and Cathy’s blog was a good find – she’s got to be right around here somewhere, too – I could see the clues in the photos, then I read that she’s in Western WA. It looks like she’s having fun – I like seeing that, don’t you? It’s nice of you to continue sharing…thank you!

  9. Your photos are such works of art. I love the idea that anything is possible when you first wake up. I’ll have to try to remind myself of that and then maybe that will get me out of bed. Usually, I’m more like Mozart though.

  10. Beautiful captures of the morning feel, Susan.
    I’m definitely not a morning person. I don’t wake up with expectations of what possibilities the day might hold, I rather try to be brave to face what the day will bring. But the possibilities, they are there! 🙂

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