mvervinck

March 6, 2013

Good Morning, Sunshine

Filed under: Uncategorized — mvervinck @ 9:36 pm

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This morning as I was running from the building where my office is located to the building where my first classroom is located, I stopped to snap this picture of the sun coming up.  I love mornings like this.  The sight of the sun in the sky is in sharp contrast to the bite of chill in the air.  I can tell that the days are beginning to lengthen and soon spring will be here.  Of course, once the clocks spring forward this weekend, I won’t enjoy this sight on my way to my 8:00 class again for a while.

I haven’t always noticed the small things around me or even thought about the sun coming up in the morning.  Now, I do.  As I grow older I notice how these things affect me.  I know that the lack of sun in the winter affects my moods, so on a whim, I took my phone out of my purse and snapped a quick picture.  The picture is now on my home screen of my phone, and I can look at it whenever I type in my password.  At least if I can’t see the sun in the sky next week as I walk to class, I can still see it on my phone.

 

 

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2 Comments »

  1. A beautiful picture. I am looking forward to the time change because it means that spring will be here soon, but I am not looking forward to the darkness in the morning.

    Comment by showgem — March 6, 2013 @ 10:42 pm | Reply

  2. How true! And what a great picture.

    Comment by mstaszak5 — March 7, 2013 @ 1:31 am | Reply


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