Weekly Writing Challenge Detail a three to five step story or process, and illustrate each of the steps with something visual.
I have been practicing these Five Steps and having Good Mornings for a lot of years. Time to spread some joy.
The reason you are able to stumble down the hallway and into the kitchen and start your coffee brewing with one finger is because you got the whole thing ready to go the night before, in anticipation of being in No Mood to do much more than that before having your first cup of coffee. I don’t know what life before coffee means. I don’t think there is any such a thing.
I own four of these monster mugs, in a variety of colors. Red is my favourite, but this orange one will have to do today because all the other ones are in the dishwasher. At least I hope that’s where they are. Frankly, they could be anywhere.
Hazelnut cream is NOT good for you, but then neither is coffee, really, so don’t worry about it.
If you are very observant you will have already noticed that I do not own a coffee carafe. I never met one that I could pour coffee from without making a big mess, and do you know how easy it is to break one of those stupid glass things? And how hard they are to replace? There are some stressful things that can be removed from your life very simply, and I suggest you give the elimination of the coffee carafe some serious thought.
Look out the kitchen window. Smile at the mountain of snow and the bird feeder being guarded by your very own freaked out nasty squirrel. It doesn’t matter that the sun isn’t shining. It doesn’t matter that the temperature is still below freezing. It doesn’t matter that you have to get ready for work soon. Oh, wait. That one does matter.
I hope you got all this, because if you did it right, you will want to do it all over again tomorrow. Enjoy your coffee. Enjoy your day.