Morning is my time. In the quiet be fore the storm that will be my day, I can think. I get up at 5:30 or 6 am. Let the dog out. Make coffee. Let the dog inside. Feed the animals. As soon as coffee starts filling the pot, I pour a cup and head to the computer.
This is my time. I can check emails, sales, weather and various feeds. When the house is still silent, I scan for important information. I have an insatiable curiosity that has nothing to do with celebrities, fashion or the latest gossip. I scan for information about autism, disabilities, religion, politics, health, education, etc.
In these early morning hours while sipping my first cups of coffee, I try to educate myself.
Yesterday morning was a typical day. I dragged my self out of bed after not much sleep. (Mockingjay is excellent!) I scanned Twitter and Facebook. Emails and Blogs. One of the blogs I regularly follow is
NESCA NEWS & NOTES
NEUROPSYCHOLOGY & EDUCATION SERVICES FOR CHILDREN & ADOLESCENTS.
|Being silly while on vacation|
From The Onion via Facebook
Before you start saying, "well duh. It's from The Onion." I know The Onion is satire and have enjoyed many articles from them over the years. I have gotten sucked into their fantasy world a time or two from a Facebook post. When it starts sounding ridiculous or too good to be true, I quickly check the source. Much as I would love to see some politicians covered in the same material that spews from their mouths, I know the sewage pipes are still intact.