Well, all you east coaster always beat me to the punch in the morning, so, as I get ready for bed here in Arizona, I wish all you east coast cruisers (and everyone in between!) a bright and happy good morning! Sweet dreams for me......of cruising, of course!
Greetings from north Texas, y'all. Unlike some of our nocturnal relatives, I've always been a morning person. Even signed up for 7:00 a.m. classes in college. To me, there's nothing like the experience of watching a blood-red sun appearing from behind a black sea, making it turn to red and pink to sleepy blue. I guess it has to do with beginnings instead of endings. I still like sunsets, though.
This Ray Wilmott photo shows my time of day:
Good morning I'm one of those nocturnal people too. I get home at 6:30am
so I see that beautiful bright golden sun every morning on the way
home from work, and I still get to see the Sunsets. Now I'm going to
dive into the bat cave and go to sleep. Have a good one everyone.
Good morning or Goodnight cruisers, whichever the case may be. I'm usually up by 5am, this morning 4am. One day, when I have the luxury of using only my internal bio alarm clock, I will probably start most days around 7am. On cruises, however, I usually reverse that schedule, staying up late and sleeping in. Or if I do get up early (which I do at least a couple times to see those beautiful sunrises over the ocean), I make myself take a nap. I generally dislike napping....Why, I say, would I want "do" mornings twice in one day? lol
Good morning (late for me) from SE Wisconsin - had off today, so I actually slept in til after 8:00. Another gorgeous summer day here - mid 70's and sunny.......why couldn't this weather have been last week when I was up at the lake......
Good Morning Cruisemates!! The clear view to the Canadian Rockies from my driveway this morning certainly cheered me up... and the fact it's Friday certainly didn't hurt <G>
Emma.. we ALL wish we were going with U. The Radiance is a ship I'd love to sail.