It's early morning and it's in the low 40s, but I like it. The cold air comforts me and breathing it soothes me. Where others would be running in for the heater or fireplace, I linger. I probably feels as normal as I'll ever be, although it's still light years away from everyone else. Well, to be exact, no one else is around as they're all asleep. I'm completely alone. Then, I go inside and have the ice cold Pepsi, practically the elixir of life for me, I placed in the freezer. I'm on my second can and listening to "Song of Freedom" from the Doctor Who Series 4 soundtrack. Then, I'll probably go back to bed before the rest of the world wakes up.
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