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Good Morning What Time Did You Get Up ?

Updated on January 16, 2014

What Time You Go To Bed ?

You were snoring last night ?

Really ?

Where Is our daughter ?

I don't know I haven't seen her

She's probably on the couch

No need to worry

Our daughter is our cat

This is a typical morning conversation between my wife and I

How did you sleep ?

Out cold

Which spot the couch or the bed ?

My wife was watching t.v. and exhausted

Both

Our daughter was a sleep on the kitchen chair

She just popped down and walked past me

We give most of attention to our family and work

Our thoughts are constantly of love and friendship

Keeping up with paying our bills and making each day more enjoyable than the last

Which is not an easy task

We manage each day to give and take

Finding what works and what needs improvement

Looking to spice up our day and solve the problems that come our way


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      DREAM ON 4 years ago

      Michael-Milec When I read your comments I want to say so much more.Is there another way I can reach out to you that we can keep intouch that works with your busy schedule?You can e-mail me if you have the opportunity.I look forward to hearing from you.Have a day that is full of energy and optimism.

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      Michael-Milec 4 years ago

      Hi DREAM ON

      Going back even before my military time, my alarm clock is set at 5:35 a year around; (often I'm alert before ).After brief conversation with the dearest persons in y life I'm keeping my finger on the pulse of my final destination: Checking on what the message for the day is, how much I remember from previous day memorization, getting my regular physical exercise, preparing right food to eat /amount and quality, choosing what to listen to, selecting right words to speak, reading to feed my soul, meditating to have balanced my spirit , ( Often haven divinely inspired music in background), and keeping in contact with as many people as I'm lead to. See my friends, at early childhood the "ancient " quotation became my motto "Teach us to make the most of our time, so that we may grow in wisdom."

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      Have a prosperous day.

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      DREAM ON 4 years ago

      DDE Making time for everyone and doing the things that make us happy. Finding the right combination that makes our day exciting and enjoyable.

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      Devika Primić 4 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      My day starts with a walk and clean up around the home to keep things p to date, talk to a friend, watch a good movie if I find one sometime at the computer and have lunch when hubby gets home then focus on what else is he has to say. Sleep when I feel tired and know it is time to call it a night. The other in between supper, conversations with my son and husband

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      DREAM ON 4 years ago

      Gypsy Rose Lee I love hearing about your day. It makes me wonder when I am at the computer how many others are doing the same thing. Each trying our best to share life's greatest moments with the world. Wishing you strength and imagination to carry on every dream. Thank you for reading and sharing. One big special thanks to your husband who gives you the time to do what you love. Have a great day.

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      Gypsy Rose Lee 4 years ago from Riga, Latvia

      My days involve my work on the PC and finding some quiet time or time for different discussions to spend with hubby. Depending on how I feel if by the time night falls I am still full of energy I may be up all night to fall asleep for a few hours in the morning.

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