Any part of the day that happens after 10am is the best part of my day. Seriously, I have never been an early morning person and that what little enthusiasm there ever was for early morning wake ups is ever decreasing the more ‘mature’ I become. Do you grow up as you mature? Or as you mature do you get a little more loose and the things that used to be cause for po-faced disdain become less important and quite often down right funny.
It takes me until mid-morning to warm to the fact that life is out there waiting to be lived. While I may well up and about doing things more often than not Iit is going through the motions. However come lunch time and I am hitting full stride and able to maintain that pace until mid-afternoon when things settle down to a more sedate pace but my mind is completely engaged and focussed.
Depending on what I am doing there are various best parts of my day. If I am writing then any time of the day is the best part. Likewise when friends and coffee and cake are gathered in one spot – definitely a best part of my day. And how about those times when you have to remain curled up with page-turner? Absolutely the best part of the day.
If I bring it back to specifics, which I feel Kat may be alluding to in this prompt then I have to say that dusk is my very best time of day. That is when the day’s work is complete and left at the office and I return to the sanctity of home knowing that after dinner there will be time to write.