rise with the sun


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rise with the sun

To wake and get out of bed at sunrise. I've always loved camping: rising with the sun, cooking breakfast over an open fire, exploring the great outdoor—it's all wonderful!
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rise with the sun (or lark)

get up early in the morning.
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Both sets of holidaymakers rise with the sun but head in different directions.
In contrast, New Ruralism provides a setting where experiences are directly linked to the rhythms of nature: rise with the sun, fish with the tides, and rest with the moon.
The crow, magpie, dove and swallow Rabbit squirrel hedgehog to follow The stoat weasel frog and toad All at nature awareness and mode Some wildlife just hibernates To sleep dream as winter dictates Others just rise with the sun But are aware keep on the run The fox must travel his routine In snow or rain to scan the scene To call at pond with natures wand So silent in movement and beyond Domestic cat that little mouse Or funny ferret about the house Kestrel screaming from on high To careless mole maybe goodbye Life goes on beneath snow and sun Survival is reason must be won Nighttime presents a different scene For owl is out in low level supreme.
Who needs a run at the beach or a boring old spinning class when your health club ID gives you access to aerobic go-go dancing or when you can rise with the sun for six weeks of pound shedding at Castaldi's Killer Boot Camp?