Sunday, April 10, 2016

My Sunday Morning Window


The Sun is streaming in through my Sunday morning window.  It is teasing me, giving me that come hither look to bolt outside into the warm embrace of an early Spring Day.  I look at the thermometer strategically placed next to my Sunday morning window.  It tells me the Sun is offering up nothing but false hope, pulling a prank, hoping to entice me to take part in it's cruel joke.  There will be no warm embrace, no warming of my cheeks as I step out into the Sun.  It will be just the evil chuckle of a chill as it travels down my spine when the frozen wind hits me in the face instead.

So, I sit on the inside looking out and imagine a warm day unfolding beyond the glass of my Sunday morning window.  And though I know deep down I am only fooling myself, I also know that if I wait for the robins to step down from their roosts, I will know then the day unfolding outside of my Sunday morning window will at least be cordial.

Later Gator, I have a bike ride to enjoy ...................................................

6 comments:

JACKIESUE said...

We had lots of sun and wind and in the high 80's most days..the 2 days I have to do shoveling of dirt in the community garden ...it fecking is cloudy and rainy...sonsabitch.

Nasreen Iqbal said...

Have fun, but make sure you've got gas in your tires!

robin andrea said...

I would take a cold and sunlit day over the temperate rainy cloudy bleak overcast blah we've been having here. Enjoy your ride!

The Blog Fodder said...

Ah, spring. Warm in the sun and shelter. Cold in the shade and wind. Love the season.

okjimm said...

Too goddam cold for me to start biking. Wind chill Sun morning 6:30 was 25. I only bike on days above 50,,,and then only on days that have a vowel in them.

check this out...http://www.jsonline.com/features/travel/rail-to-trail-bike-paths-celebrate-50th-anniversary-b99473256z1-298581781.html

...the pic shows the tunnel about 16 miles from my old home town. sweeet easy ride.

Ol'Buzzard said...

Love the cat in the window. All that technology on the table and then the cat that is above it all.
the Ol'Buzzard