First Blush

Reflections and sightings from [almost] daily jogging at dawn

Friday, May 01, 2009

Sunrise 6:27: It's springtime in southern Burgundy


The female Dawn Jogger woke up before sunrise this morning, by her jet-lagged body clock about the time she would be going to bed if she was in California. Rather than try to go back to sleep, she decided to get up and take a jog around the neighborhood. There's a good four or so mile loop from the house in Ameungy (direction Cormatin), then back along the Voie Verte toward Cluny, climbing the hill to pass by Taize before returning to the house. Everywhere she looked something was in bloom, wildflowers in the fields, irises along the country roads. Many of the Charolais (who outnumber humans as neighbors) have fairly young calves by their sides. It is France in its springtime splendor. She was back in time to attend the 8:15 Taize service with Chris and David. OK, so she's going to crash this afternoon...

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