Sunday Morning

I have news for you—
there are people who get up in the morning and cross a room
open a window to let the sweet breeze in
and let it touch them all over their faces and bodies.

Tony Hoagland, from “I Have News For You” in Unincorporated Persons in the Late Honda Dynasty: Poems


Notes: Photo: Dark Mornings. Poem: Thank you Beth @ Alive on all Channels

Comments

  1. and then there are those who grab an extra blanket, wrap it around themselves, have that first cup of coffee with cream, and curl up again

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  2. However one greets the day, as long as one’s arms are wide open…

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  3. Yes! Thank you! I used to do that when I lived in an old house with those old kind of windows–miss that…would be lovely!

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  4. Depends on the time of year!

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  5. I’m sure there are people like that, but that’s not me today, David. It’s minus 18 HERE! ♡
    Diana xo

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  6. And that, my friend, is why we flee to the Caribbean every winter! 😜

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  7. Depends on the Sunday morning and the time of year!! But yes, receive the day with an open spirit and inhale deeply.

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  8. A beautiful way to start any day, no matter what the weather ⛄️☀️✨🌥🌤

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  9. Oh….I will soooo do that as soon as the temperature gets closer to 50…as opposed to 25…

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  10. This would be me. Learned long ago to “change the air” in the morning.

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    • Smiling. “change the air”. Love that.

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    • We (the very orderly Swiss…. 😉 at least) rip open all windows every morning for quite a long while – I would never be able to ‘make the beds’ without knowing that they are fresh and clean smelling. And upon opening the windows fully I also can follow up the development of my jardinières with spring bulbs, tip my finger into the soil to check on their need of some water, pull / throw out appearing weeds, young snails….. see what the surroundings are up to – it’s very liberating and quite wonderful!

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  11. I’ve always loved that poem.

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