sacred life: oh what a beautiful morning

what is it about mornings? they seem so full of promise and potential possiblities. its just blissfully relaxed.

well the morning is, but when you need to leave for work with your husband, get ready simultaneously, have breakfast and lock up the house, the morning vision seems to move far far away. Its like being given a glimpse of what life could be. thats when you momentarily wish you were not a career type, that you were also happy to be a committee/coffee morning woman with pristine manicures and well kept hair without emerging whites. I say this because thse days i have been suffering from a complex. i feel extremely un-groomed with my roots turning white,and my hair turning curly , and my face looking like i work, and my nails chipping away. this morning however AA and i decided to live in and go to work like lazy indulgent women. I sent hubby away and settled down to have tea with law and order (i dont even like law and order) i walked around the house randomly putting things away, opened all the curtains and let the air filter through, i sprayed cotton blossom and let the scent waft around. i did laundry with our new purchase-tide not surf-and our faithful comfort, and nearly collapsed in the deliciousness of the fresh laundry perfume. (note:i have been trying to acheive that perfect laundry smell of international quality hehe) after all this was done, i still had time to myself and i couldnt get enough of it.

what is it about mornings? they seem so full of promise and potential possiblities. its just blissfully relaxed.

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sacred life: oh what a beautiful morning

3 thoughts on “sacred life: oh what a beautiful morning

  1. ive been sending my son to school these last few days and instead of our 10 o clock awakening, we are all up at 8… and out of the house by 9.. i love the start this gives me for the rest of the day… also makes me appreciate the fact that i can laze about most mornings when he doesnt have school.. in 3 months, im back to work and though i cant wait, i am soaking in the lazy happiness of these slow, anda roti and pinochio mornings

  2. I did the exact same thing a few days back – it felt lovely to see my husband off to work, and do a bit of indulgent housework.

    It bugged me though, that I had to take a day off from work to see what married life could be like.

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