At least one in ten persons is an up at dawn person or an evening person. The rest, like myself, fall in neither category thus are termed as humming birds. The larks (morning people) and night owls are lucky to have a definite time when they are most energetic; in my case, it always depends on how I set my internal clock.
Growing up, my mornings were full of drama as I pretended to conduct a silent prayer when called to go to school, believe me if Mrs. Njiraini called you the second time, it was time to shout a big “Amen” , get dressed and head to school! Fifteen minutes to time, 5km away! Oh did I forget to mention how matatus ignored (still do) school children:( In high school, my desk was next to the door. How convenient, I was always the last to get in and first to leave:) I would have been the best bell ringer, come to think of it.
One thing I was good at though is being organized. I always kept everything ready to go; In the morning I could prepare with my eyes closed. A habit I have carried to date (not the eyes closed bit 🙂 I prepare for the next day the night before.
If I am too tired to prep, then I sleep knowing what to pick come morning. A great wardrobe savior any day is a pencil skirt. Oh what would I do without it? It’s the most dependable outfit in the wardrobe. I paired it with a bright blouse and voila!