Seems like it was just a few days ago I was writing my Five Minute Friday post on FORGET, but here we are again. Time flies when you’re having fun!
It’s a joy to walk through life with some amazing people I’ve met in this Five Minute Friday community (#fmfparty). Even though I’ve only met one of them in person, I feel like I’ve known them for years. What a blessing!
We gather on Thursday nights to fellowship on Twitter, we free-write on a given one-word prompt, then gather at Kate’s to share and encourage one another. I love this time of week! As always, I invite you to try it… on your own blog, in my comments section below, or on a piece of paper at home.
This week’s word:
Years ago I figured out I was a morning person. I enjoy getting up early to get my day started and to linger in our quiet house.
Mornings are when I do my Bible study, when I read my devotionals, and when I pray. I sometimes write, read, and of course, enjoy every sip of my freshly brewed coffee. (Oh, how I love my coffee!)
And mornings are when I watch out of my kitchen window for God to paint a beautiful masterpiece in the sky.
My mornings are reserved for God, for sunrises, and for my coffee.
But this month I’ve chosen to add another thing in to my mornings…
By adding that in, I’m now getting up even earlier. Years ago I exercised in the early morning hours, but I got out of the habit when I wasn’t working outside the home. And now that I am, early morning exercise adds a lift to my step and a brightness to my days. (And I find I eat healthier throughout the day, too! Bonus!)
But today, I’m feeling the effects of very early mornings, and later-than-I-desire nights. Sleep will be my friend this weekend.
How about you? Do you consider yourself a morning person or a night person? What is your typical morning or night routine? I love to read about how we each live our lives and what makes each of us tick. I love how we can all be so different!
I’m thankful for my mornings!
The faithful love of the Lord never ends! His mercies never cease. Great is his faithfulness; his mercies begin afresh each morning. Lamentations 3:22-23
Much love to you today,
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