What’s the story, Morning Glory?

There are two kinds of people in this world. Morning people and everyone else. I fall into the former category. I have always been an early riser, so much so that my family gave me the nickname Sunshine as a child. While the nickname has since fallen out of favor, my pension for waking up early has not. Even in college, I’m that weird girl that goes to bed before midnight and is up by 7.

That came in handy this weekend when my family came to take me to the farmer’s market in town. I was ready by 7:30, they picked me up at 8 and away we went. After a quick pit stop for pumpkin spice lattes and doughnuts we made it to the market before too large of a crowd had formed.

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  1. I like how your writing is becoming more "you" with every article! It's like I'm not reading, so much as hearing your voice.

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