I’ve always viewed sunrises as the world waking up and saying, “Good morning!” to me and sunrises as the world saying, “Good night and sleep tight!”
I rejoice at reaching the end of my day – usually a day of chaos, and crave the down time that comes with late evening. And every night I bounce out of bed to see what beautiful sunrise I’ve been graced with on the next day.
I love to wake up in time to see the morning wake up with me. Although I find March and November the hardest months to do this. Waking at 5 am throughout the summer is the best. You’ll often find me out walking in woods enjoying the fresh air and
As my kids are getting older, it’s been waking them up in the morning to watch the sun come up. Funny how it’s never a problem getting them to watch sunsets, though! 🙂
I also relate the imagery of the start and end of a day on my projects, and with Maddy’s Floor now live (the contest for an ecopy is still open here) I liken that project to the sunset. It’s finished. It can rest (or I can!)
And the next day, the next sunrise, I have a new project to start. Now in my case I have a lot of sunrises and sunset always rising and waning. I wanted to share some beautiful pictures taken from my neighbourhood.
These first two are sunrises from my neighbourhood. The last two are sunsets from outside the front of my house. Both were taken by my son.
This last one is my favorite – mostly because of the unique light. This one is after an evening rain.
Isn’t the light stunning?
But not everyone loves early mornings and late nights like I do. So many of us are one or the other.
My kids have switched from later nights to early mornings!
Are you a sunrise or sunset person? Early risers or early sleepers? Or do you enjoy both? What do you to enjoy this time of day!
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