Making the ordinary extraordinary

by sub-Bee

Sinful Sunday

Making The Ordinary Extraordinary

A few months ago my job transferred. Instead of having the car commute I’ve always had in the past I now have to take a train. This isn’t something that I particularly enjoy, ok I hate it. I miss having my own space, I miss being able to divert or detour if I need to, I hate waiting in cold, wet, windy platforms and the jostle and fight for a seat drives me insane!

However, it does have one bonus. It does mean I get to spend two hours a day reading, which is something I just didn’t have time for before. I would be lucky if I read a book a year, now I get through a book every other week. It’s great! It’s getting expensive to feed my habit and I may need to get some reading recommendations soon as I’m almost all caught up on my backlog!

As the Sinful Sunday prompt for this month is daily routine, I thought I’d share an image of me reading in a slightly more picturesque setting rather than the train. It makes something ordinary far more extraordinary.

Written by sub-Bee

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20 thoughts on “Making the ordinary extraordinary”

  1. Brigit Delaney says:

    Ohhhh…so jealous! I would love nothing more than to vacation somewhere where I could just hangout in a chair and let beautiful island boys bring me pretty drinks while I read all day. I love that so many people are making reading more a goal this year! I too, am doing this.

  2. Cara Thereon says:

    Ah I should’ve done that on the cruise when I had the room to myself. I love that you did it!

  3. Jade says:

    I wish I could take public transport to my job! I detest driving. But, yeah, at least I get to talk to my Owner enroute, on listen to a book on tape. I like your alternative location much better though!

  4. Exposing40 says:

    Wonderful! I love the reflection, look at that sky and your hair has grown loads! Xx

  5. Modesty Ablaze says:

    What a beautiful photo . . . and yes that certainly looks far more relaxing and enjoyable than a train journey !!!

    Xxx – K

  6. Malflic says:

    That is great you are making the most of the time, even if the mode of transportation isn’t ideal.

  7. Marie Rebelle says:

    I always said: reading is sexy!

    And, where I hate taking public transport to get to my work (and I don’t have the option), I would have loved to do it, only to get back to reading!

    Rebel xox

  8. eye says:

    what a glorious view!

  9. Godemiche says:

    In such a beautiful place I could read all day just like you do.

  10. Julie says:

    Wonderful location for a good read. Though a train is also a good place, I find too. I also read lots, perhaps I can join you and Molly to share xx

  11. Jo says:

    1) Get thee to a library – it doesn’t get cheaper than that! Lots of libraries offer their digital archives as part of a membership, so you can get books on a tablet. Are you looking for sex-related books, or any books? 2) Is this photo from a hotel, or do you actually get to live in a place with that view?! It’s so beautiful! And you are beautiful next to that deep blue water and sunshine!

  12. Krystal says:

    Beautiful and colorful shot!

  13. Bibulousone says:

    Nice shot Bee. You look beautiful in the sun

  14. Indigo Byrd says:

    OK fellow sun worshippers just commute to Australia for a visit – it was around 40 degrees here yesterday! I got some reading done and some blogging too hot for anything else.
    Lovely photo – and the reflection is a treat as well.
    Indie x

  15. KP says:

    Fabulous – don’t worry, the reading won’t stay long. Soon you’ll be falling asleep, dribbling like the rest of us commuters… 🙂 xxxx

    Lovely pic – somewhere to think about when the wind and rain get you down.

  16. Kilted Wookie says:

    Well, it would make my train journeys much more interesting if you were sitting across from me looking like that 😉

    KW

  17. Molly says:

    Ohhh my post is about reading too…. maybe we can pool our resources and share some books. What kind of things do you like reading?

    Mollyx

  18. Mrs Fever says:

    Several years ago I was in a position that required me to bus everywhere. The waits in the windy cold, the unpredictability of fellow passengers, the inability to choose for myself to detour… Ugh. It grated on my sense of autonomy in a way that was crippling for me. So I feel you on the frustrations of a train commute.

    But READING! It’s such a lovely escape. 🙂

  19. LittleSwitchBitch says:

    What an awesome image – I want the sun now. I need heat!

  20. May More says:

    you look hot – and every day we should read so that’s a positive from a negative 😉

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