Some mornings we walk. Some mornings we don’t. It depends on how late we’ve slept and how hot it is when we get up.
Yesterday the phone woke us and we’d just drifted back to sleep when it woke us again.
“We have to go for a walk,” Jerry murmured, “if only to get the phone to stop ringing.”
As we were dressing to leave he said, “The sun’s coming out. We’ve got to go back to bed and get up earlier.”
My mind gets under weigh so slowly in the mornings that almost sounded like it made sense.
“Under weigh” or “under way”? http://public.wsu.edu/~brians/errors/underweigh.html Hmm. I think I like being called a “sophisticated writer” even if I’m wrong.
http://www.worldwidewords.org/qa/qa-und2.htm “Under weigh” sounds nautical, whether it really was originally or not, and I grew up on a boat. Case closed.