Ramblings from the Morning Journal

Ramblings from the Morning Journal

I woke up at the ungodly hour of 3 AM. I knew, when my eyes flew open, there was no more sleep for me.

I tried for about 30 minutes, I think, only so I could say I did.

When I gave up, just before 4, I heard Blue rearranging himself, happily taking over the entire bed.

He was ready to snore.

Wash my face,

Brush teeth and hair.

Make the coffee.

Can’t sleep. That’s Ok. I feel no despair.

I love the early morning, such possibility laying there.

No psychic clutter.

Snatches of dream whispers here and there.

Disembodied spirits. Floating about without a care.

I’ve read all my email. I’ve shared several posts.

I’m listening to the silence. I’m talking to the ghosts.

Writing. Thinking. Writing some more. One day I’ll have it all told. Blessid be there will be no more. I’d rather play in the worlds of Casimian and Korponious. They’re loads more fun. Two moons in one, in the other a dying sun, or is it son?

I don’t know yet. But it’s loads of fun.

I said that already. I’m repeating myself. That’s a clue this post is over. Time to put these thoughts on a shelf.

Pick up a book. Join the imagination. Talk with Roland, Eddie, and Jake. Don’t leave out Suzanna nope, make no mistake. Oy! Has his two cents. For sure, he’ll have something to say. Watch! Out! For the crimson King! He’s afoot, all over the place.

Have a smashing Saturday! Enjoy it full and proud! Wave and say hi. If you see us in the crowd. This is Patty and her sidekick Chief Seeing Eye® Dog Blue. Saying Happy Day. May Harmony find You! Blessid Be.

About Patty L. Fletcher

Patty L. Fletcher lives in Kingsport Tennessee where she works full time as a Writer with the goal of bridging the great chasm which separates the disAbled from the non-disAbled. She is Also a Social Media Marketing Assistant.

Follow her at: https://pattysworlds.com/ for stories, book updates and more.


  1. Robbie Cheadle Reply
    April 13, 2023

    Hi Patty, when my oldest son was a baby, he woke me up between 3am and 4am relentlessly every day until he was 18 months old. I must admit I found it very tiring. He would go to sleep at about 5am and I would have to get ready for a morning at work until 2pm. I am not good at getting up before 5am.

  2. Hey Robbie. I’ve always been an early riser. My mother found out if she fixed a bowl of serial and sat a glass of milk for me to pour over it so I could sit in front of the TV for Saturday morning cartoons she could have peace until a normal hour.
    I soon discovered PBS early morning documentaries and my nerdness was born.
    Today, I woke at 3:30 and I knew without doubt I was not going back to sleep.
    I’ve almost finished all my scheduled work for today and plan to enjoy the rest of the day straightening the house, settling up some last minute things for the blogosphere and then a nap.

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