Good morning. (yawn)

Early mornings can be productive.

This morning I blogged on two out of three blogs, told an editor at a daily to not publish a story that he's been withholding for two months leaving me unable to shop it elsewhere, shopped another story with a British publication, and I checked the latest e-mails from my cohorts in Tokyo.

And my upstairs neighbor got his groove on last night. He's a nice guy. It was about time.


A is in bed wrapped around the Weim. It is 7:45 a.m. and I do not wish to wake him up.

How early/late does everyone wake up? What time do you really get the lessons going?

I ask because if I actually open a classroom, I think that I might gain a few fans if no one is allowed to enter before 9:30 a.m.


Calletta said...

I set my alarm for 8:00 am, although I'm usually up before then. Not that I have lessons, but I hate feeling like I've wasted the morning. I do better writing, I feel, if I get an early start. Mornings are for writing, then there's lunch/errands, and some more writing, then dinner to make so it's ready when Scott gets home. . . But, yeah, I think the kiddos would love not having to be to school before 9:30! And parents would probably be happy to avoid the early morning fights about getting up.

Andrea said...

We only got up early (and by early I mean 8) because of the time change. i don't think our brains wake up until somewhere around 10.