Weekly Photo Challenge: Good Morning

There are many versions of a good morning. Today, for instance, sleeping a little later, then propping up on pillows in the bed to drink coffee and read – ever steadily toward the end of Wolf Hall, which I will finish one of these days.

Captured in an image, however, is this good morning – the morning of my thirty-fifth birthday in 2012, waking up to a crisp June morning in Vermont’s green mountains with good friends, good food, coffee, and words.


It doesn’t get much better.

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14 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Good Morning

  1. It truly doesn’t… looks like a perfect morning

  2. Keri Cole says:

    Those were good mornings for us all. I think we spotted the owl around that time… Auspicious!

  3. mithriluna says:

    What a lovely image. Thanks for sharing. 😉

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  5. Sammy says:

    Picture perfect:)

  6. what a great way to start the day!

  7. Katjusa says:

    It looks awesome. Is this how your everyday starts?

  8. Dan says:

    If my day starts like yours, it would make mornings more bearable. Thank you for showing me a side I wish I knew.

  9. randasfans says:

    Katjusa, no, it’s not how my everyday starts – which is what made that day such a good morning. Thanks for the comments, everyone!

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