What's Your Favorite Time of Day?greenspun.com : LUSENET : chaos : One Thread
What time of day is your favourite?
-- Jen (Jen@echoside.net), July 19, 2001
I'd have to say morning because you get a fresh start and a new outlook on things.
-- Kathryn (email@example.com), July 19, 2001.
probably early morning, right before dawn. summertime. outside. i feel like i am getting a sneak preview of the day to come while everyone else is still in bed. it's especially wonderful to go walking on some of the public park trails at this time, as everything is so quiet and peaceful. i can see little footprints in the dew of the animals who have been running around the night before. another one of my favorite times is midnight on the lake michigan beach. and i don't mean the crappy garbage-ridden shores of muskegon or south haven, but up north, where the REAL beaches and dunes are. to go walking through the sand at night, without fear of stepping on a discarded needle, listening to the roar of the waves but not being able to see where the sand ends and the water begins, is a wonderful thing.
-- emily (firstname.lastname@example.org), July 20, 2001.
I thought on this a bit and I'd probablly say late night.
In these latenight hours the world is quiet and personal. I feel self reflection is an important tool for all of us to make use of and in those quiet late nigth hours when the rest of the world is sleeping, I find the answers....or at least seek them. My creativity also finds itself flowing form me late at night. I can link seeminly unrelated thoughts and ideas together in a rich tapestry which I could never fathom during those hustle and bustle daylight hours. Yes, night time is indeed the right time for me.
-- Homer (email@example.com), July 23, 2001.
4:30am after being up all night. That's the time when the birds awake and start singing. go to the open door and feel the cool mist in the still air and breath deep. Feel the moisture open your mind as you squint to see the first light of day over the horizon. Pour a cup of coffee and sit on the back deck in your pajamas, being as still as possible, the cold making your feet tingle.
I like that a lot.
-- Tony (firstname.lastname@example.org), July 24, 2001.