as night turns to day

In an unexpected turn of events, I have become a morning person. I’m as surprised as anyone. I’ve always thought of myself as a “mid-day person.” I’m usually very groggy in the mornings, functional but prone to sending the kids off to school with the wrong lunch. And I’m not great at night either. After about 10pm the mental fog begins to set in. I tend to have late night conversations with my eyes closed.

Thanks to daylight savings and our spot on the globe, I am an early riser. I’m up as the first rays of sunlight hit my window. I’m up when the birds begin to sing. I’m up when the dew is forming. I’m up while the household slumbers. As night turns to day, I’m wide awake.

The Proverbs 31 woman rises while it is still night to feed the household. While I’m working on emulating her character, I seem to do ok at rising early. Does the Proverbs 31 get to take an afternoon nap? I’d like to know because after getting up at 5am, I’m going to need one.

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