Tag Archives: night time

First Light

Each day I awaken well before dawn. After the preparations to begin my active hours, I visually survey the outdoors: on mild days, from the front steps–on stormy days, from the front window. Most mild early mornings my feline friend, … Continue reading

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Dark Skies

While sitting on the porch step waiting for Orange, the cat, to arrive for his daily snuggle I gazed into the early morning sky. It was mostly dark. There were some clouds visible on the horizon, but the air was … Continue reading

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Like A Hermit

The darkness of early morning this time of year is fascinating in a way that is different from early morning hours of January.  Instead of the frozen, hibernating, peaceful world of a Northern Hemisphere winter, the overnights of June have … Continue reading

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