Morgan M's Blog Posts Tagged 'mornings' (2)

Crack Fairy, Be Gone!!!

Seriously, who put my address on the Crack Fairy's first morning stopping list?

 

(As a disclaimer before I continue on with this post, my kids are not, nor have they ever been on any type of narcotic or illegal drug. The term 'crack' is used for humorous purposes only, to fully illustrate how my morning went. So put down the phone call to child services and sit back and enjoy this candid post.)

 

I was woken up this morning, 30 minutes before my alarm clock,…

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Added by Morgan M on October 13, 2011 at 10:53am — No Comments

If The Sun's Not Up, Why Should I Be?

I'm just going to go ahead and state something now: I am not a morning person. Anyone who knows me, or has lived with me, can attest to that. Hell, you know it's bad when one morning I turned my phone on (I keep it off at night so my Facebook SMS messaging doesn't wake me up when my east coast friends start updating their statuses at 4am my time), and had a text message from one of my best friends 2000 miles away that says, 'I need to run something by you, get your opinion on it, but… Continue

Added by Morgan M on January 19, 2011 at 12:37pm — No Comments

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