Aunty Acid by Ged Backland for December 20, 2022

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    seanfear  12 months ago

    to me it’s realizing the fact that I’m awake and not dreaming about the alarm

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    Cornelius Noodleman  12 months ago

    Sometimes I don’t realize that I’m awake until I’m on the school bus.

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    blunebottle  12 months ago

    Nancy White has an interesting take on the subject:

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      12 months ago

    Aunty musta read yesterday’s Born Loser

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    Farside99  12 months ago

    Dang! I’d better get up and turn on the heat before my wife gets up.

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    nosirrom  12 months ago

    With my back it’s not the deciding to get up that takes the longest.

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    Shirl Summ Premium Member 12 months ago

    If I just didn’t have to pee . . . .

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    FreyjaRN Premium Member 12 months ago

    I have chronic insomnia. At least I usually don’t have to get up and be anywhere at a given time. Well, every three months I go to my doc. If I’m sick, we do the visit on video, which my cats love.

    Cats don’t have insomnia, lucky them.

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      12 months ago

    This is how I feel about alarm clocks

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    Just-me  12 months ago

    With the assorted aches and pains, I don’t normally get to lie abed for long after awakening. I have to get up and start moving to loosen up.

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    dflak  12 months ago

    That’s what I say about my morning workout. The toughest part of my exercise routine is swinging my feet over the side of the bed and standing up.

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    PeaceWouldBeNice  12 months ago

    Coffee. Waiting for the coffee is the longest most drawn out and most painful part of the morning. Can’t have auto on: I don’t know when I’ll be getting up and I don’t want it brewing while I sleep.

    Coffee is ready; good day!

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    Daltongang Premium Member 12 months ago

    Followed closely by not going to bed at a reasonable hour in the first place. It’s one of those cause and effect things.

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    old_geek  12 months ago

    My problem is being drugged. My butt specifically. It gets drugged out of bed. Drugged to work, etc.

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    Moonkey Premium Member 12 months ago

    Once I am ready to get it, it can take a while to convince my dog we are going to both get up.

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    ladykat  12 months ago

    I feel the same way, Auntie.

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    Ken Norris Premium Member 12 months ago

    Two steps to getting up in the morning:

    1. Rolling out of bed – easy

    2. Getting up off the floor – not so easy…

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    cuzinron47  12 months ago

    I usually have a sense of urgency to get up, I have to go pee.

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    crash3289.  12 months ago

    I must be the only person in the Orb who ENJOYS getting up in the morning just before 7 or 10 to 15 minutes later.

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    anomalous4  12 months ago

    I don’t rise & shine – I just sort of ooze out of bed & attempt to glow feebly. 8-D

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    gopher gofer  12 months ago

    i don’t have any problem rolling out of the futon at 4 on a summer morning. when it’s below zero outside, as it was this a.m., that’s a whole different challenge…

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