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Re: lark or owl?

posted at 11/16/2012 10:54 AM EST
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GRANA here;
 Before my recent  surgery I was always up&  at 'em @ 0200 hrs.[  baking, mending; reading; mealpreparation  Snce my surgery Oct 16th) I  try to get as much bed rest as poossible fgorgoing cooking etc for hubby to take care of) =
justifyably LAZYWink.
 Before marriage we both were up till 3AM &  on our way to  work by  0700 hrs
.Cool
Our wakingng/sleeping patterns have changed over the years ranging from 4 hrs to ten hours sleep each night Surprised

Re: lark or owl?

posted at 11/16/2012 12:13 PM EST
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Both!  Up early, to bed late - Love it!

Re: lark or owl?

posted at 11/16/2012 4:10 PM EST
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I am definitely a Lark!  Mornings are my time.  By mid-afternoon I'm slowing down & by suppertime, I'm ready for my robe & pj's!  Only if I have to stay late/go out after work do my nights run late

Re: lark or owl?

posted at 11/20/2012 4:44 AM EST
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 the other night i was mopping the floors & it suddenly struck me how different i must be to others! it was 2:00 AM & here i am! I used to work the early morning shift at the hospital & it was easier to me to just stay awake.
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