10 Tweets About the Struggle to Wake Up In the Morning

If you’re a night owl, it’s likely that you absolutely dread hearing your alarm go off every morning. When it comes down to it, hitting snooze is much easier than hopping out of bed and starting your day.

If you find mornings absolutely miserable, you’re not alone. Check out 10 of these hilarious tweets for anyone who hates morning.

1. A sign that you really needed the sleep.

We’ve all been there.

2. This is unfortunately very true.

Can it be nighttime forever?

3. You know you hate mornings when your alarm is working overtime.

Please, just five more minutes.

4. Where do we sign up to be a snail?

The jealously is real.

5. It can wait just a bit longer.

Good call.

6. I don’t know, breakfast in bed sounds pretty nice.

Food is the biggest motivator.

7. Accurate.

Seriously though, it’s rude to assume.

8. The holy trinity

We couldn’t agree more.

9. There’s really no other answer.

That poor alarm.

10. The ultimate life hack.

Who would’ve thought?

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History Facts - The Church of England

  1. In 1534, the Church of England was established by King Henry VIII for personal and political rather than religious purposes. Henry desperately wanted to annul his marriage with his first wife, Queen Catherine of Aragon, who never bore him a son.
  2. Since this historic separation of church and state, the Church of England has become the main religion in the country. The overseer of the church is none other than the British monarch. This meant Henry had the power to approve the appointment of archbishop.
  3. The Church of England could be described as a mix between the Catholic and Reformed churches. It preserves many early Christian doctrines such as the Nicene Creed and the Apostles' Creed, but at the same time approves of Protestant Reformation ideas.
  4. The Church of England decreed in 1992 that women may be ordained as priests. While this sparked much debate within the community, it also promotes female empowerment within the church. There have also been attempts over recent years to allow women to become bishops.
  5. In 2014, the church passed a bill to allow women to become bishops. The bill was then approved in 2015 by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York. Reverend Libby Lane, the first female bishop of the Church of England was consecrated in January of 2015.
  6. The Church of England has also allowed gay priests to be ordained since 2005, under the agreement that they would remain celibate. They were also permitted to become bishops in 2013. In the same year, the House of Commons legalized same-sex marriage.

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