The Voice from the Backseat

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Goooood Morning

This week our Photo Challenge asks us to show you our mornings! Well… I’m game for a selective peek. Seeing as I’m not quite (ha!) a morning person over here, I’ll take a pass on exposing the inner workings of the “hit the snooze 14 times- bed head- yawning drill sergeant- no coffee mug big enough” kinda operation I run here at 5:30am, and see what else I can find.

Morning coffee last weekend, outside the hospital.

Morning coffee last weekend, outside the hospital, while a nurse sat with my child. Sunshine, coffee, flowers to help get the day off to a bearable start.

Morning glories, lit up by the rising sun.

Early school mornings

Early school mornings that get their start while it’s still dark out!

See more of this week’s Photo Challenge here:
http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/10/04/photo-challenge-morning/

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