Peach State says: The Early Morning Roar
First things first…the Time Change recuperation was not a success. My hubby was able to get up early yesterday morning (Not as early as I did…I was up 3 hours before he rolled out of bed!) and then he napped for close to 3 1/2 hours yesterday afternoon. I guess he napped to long due to the fact that he was up late last night. He crawled in bed about 11:15 and turned in the TV…”Why?” and then went to his office. At last check he was still awake after 1:30. The funny thing is the fact that he has an early meeting this morning and is leaving about an hour earlier. “Someone is going to be tired tonight!”…besides me!
The change of schedule threw my system into a caloric tizzy. I must not have eaten my needed calories because my sleep was disturbed several times due to The Early Morning Roar! The continuous rumbling, as my body tried to sleep, reminded me of the “Earthquake” movies in school.
The movement between the tectonic plates cause a series of shakes and sounds. The depth of the initial quake lends itself to a deeper and slower thundering rumble where as the shallow quake is often a rapid succession of vibrations…noticed and unnoticed.
I know this is silly…but you know what I am talking about…
The second type of Roar was heard as I let out my Precious Princess this morning. The dense cloud cover, in preparation for a lovely rainy Monday, held the sounds of the morning down low. I opened the door and hear the louder than usual “Roar” of the traffic as the mad rush of early morning commuters hurried along their appointed routes. The stillness of the surrounding darkness was broken only by the various makes and models. The sound of large trucks rumbled through the morning before the parade of alarms and snooze buttons, dimly lit kitchens and the oh so precious coffee making.
Fortunately! A weather related rumble and roar has been moved to later in the day. As for my stomach…my coffee is working. I close knowing the sounds of the morning will fade away as the daylight breaks and my schedule kicks into to overdrive. I do love the days when I can experience “The Early Morning Roar“…well maybe just the sounds…not the stomach.
Have a great day!
Posted on March 11, 2013, in About me, coffee, family, Home, Just Between Cousins, musings, Uncategorized and tagged cloud cover, commuter rush, family schedules, letting the dog out, morning coffee, traffic. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.