Most mornings I am very tired. I wait for my kids to call before I begin
thinking about getting out of bed. This
morning Jordan came to my bedside and said, “Wake up mom let’s get into the morning.” This was
a precious way to face the day. “Get
into the morning” I interpreted to mean: put some effort into the day,
face it, deal with it, live it, breathe it, move with it, learn from it.
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