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The other day I read a post by Michelle Haseltine at One grateful Teacher about her love for mornings. I am not a morning person, and her post inspired me to think about personal preferences.
I'd rather stay up late than get up early. I prefer to reflect on the day instead of anticipate a new one. I like listening to the stillness of the night instead of the noisiness of the morning. Although I do not sleep late, I am at my best at night.
I'd rather read a paper book than a digital book. I prefer to turn the pages with my fingers and breathe in the smell of a new book. I like using my special bookmarks instead of a ribbon icon to mark my place. Buying books and organizing them on my shelves makes me smile.
I'd rather pile things up than put them away. I prefer to be a "piler" and I admit it. Piling occurs in my home, my classroom, and even my desktop on my computer. But I can usually tell you which pile something is in.
I'd rather eat something salty than something sweet. I prefer chips and crunch as a snack. Now, I won't turn down a sweet offered to me, but I would typically reach for the chips.
I'd rather slice in the morning than wait unil the evening. I prefer to have my slices written the day before posting...although I AM a procrastinator. Unfortunately, these past few days, that hasn't happened.
Thank you, Michelle, for inspiring this quick slice for today! Now, I am off to write my post for tomorrow!