A bird I photographed and our cat, Rhino
A bird I photographed and our cat, Rhino
My Day With The Camera
Today I had to go get my shoes that I got for my diabetic feet. It sure feels good to have my sore…
http://dailypost.wordpress.com/, DP, Daily Prompt
Write down the first sight, sound, smell, and sensation you experienced on waking up today. Pick the one you’re most drawn to, and write. (For a bigger challenge, pick the one you’re least drawn to.)
Photographers, show us one of the five senses — bonus points for depicting a smell!
Oh boy can I have fun with this prompt. Alright imagination, get to work and let it fly.
Every morning is the same. I wake up to the sight of that darn old sun. What does it take to let it know that I went to bed late and I ain’t a ready to get up? But now that I am awake one more day, I guess I will give thanks to the one above who watches over me every night.
Thanks God for giving me one more day to go through what I have to deal with. Amen
You have to realize that I sleep with a big old grizzly bear. Not only is he a bear, and way too hairy for me, hence his nickname, he snores like an old freight train all night long. I just close my peepers and begin to drift off when out of the air comes his snoring.
My gosh, how does that man go to sleep so darn fast? Too bad there wasn’t a subtitle under “newlywed rules” that a person can add those extra touches; warning a body what he/she is in for.
I can remember back to our honeymoon. We shared some of the bottle, and I had went to the bathroom and put my softest flannel nightie on. Crawling into bed beside bear, I was now going to confirm what everyone said about the honeymoon night. I have to admit it was a bit better than what some had said.
After he was finished I had to push him clean off of me. I didn’t realize the weight of him until the after glow was over and I found myself not being able to breathe. All settled down, and the lights turned off he and I cuddled arm in arm to a nice restful night.
I swear it didn’t happen that way at all. I was startled. I tell you I almost peed myself as that first introduction to snoring shook the fear in me. I looked at him and saw he wasn’t a paying any attention to me so I shook him and he didn’t budge. I grabbed a hold of his chest hairs and gave a good tug and he sat up in bed like a rocket going off.
“What the devil are you doing to me darling? I ain’t a doing nothing. You just wore me out lady and I need my sleep.”
“I don’t like them sounds you are making. You need to shut off that noise so I can sleep.”
“What noise sweet pea? I don’t hear a thing. Do you need me to call the front desk? Do you think we have an intruder?”
“Nah you crazy fool. We ain’t got no intruder per say. Your snoring is the intruder.”
We both got a good laugh together and I must have done something right because we had another tornado develop in our bed again. Cuddled once again I learned pretty much to punch him in the gut or pull his chest hair until he rolled over.
Ever since that night I have never slept peaceful all night. And every morning when I get up out of bed, the first thing I do is get a whiff of stale farts when I toss the covers back. Then there’s the cat. He is just meowing wanting his morning food. Good Lord, can’t a body take a morning pee first?
As I step down on the worn carpet my feet instantly step on crumbs where hubby and I had snacked the night before. I keep a telling him we need to stop this snacking in bed and you know what that old cuss says to me? But darling, snacking, you and me, that’s what night-time is all about.
Darn men, who needs them. You can’t live with them and you sure in the hell can’t live without them,(winks) if you get my drift.
Well, I peed, and I scrubbed my face and hands and brushed my false teeth. Scratching my belly I wobble out to the kitchen and feed that darn cat. Then I start the brew. I make my way to the living room and I plop my rear in my favorite squeaky rocker.
I look outside and see what is going on and then grab my Bible and read a chapter waiting for my coffee. I think of all the things I want to try to get done today, and I pray for all the souls that I know need help.
Well people, the coffee perking is done and there in the door way stands the big bear. Scratching his belly and farting, leaving space for his breakfast I am now going to get up and go make. I guess I can drink my coffee a few minutes later.