Monday, March 10, 2008

The Morning After

After springing forward that is.

Don't get me wrong, I love Daylight Savings Time, mostly. I love the wonderful long evenings. I love that we can't set off fireworks till 10pm. There's lots of things to love about Daylight Savings Time but this day is always one of my least favorite days of the year.

I figure I lose at least at least 3 hours of sleep and am probably about as unproductive as I can get (well and be at work).

Now, falling back an hour - that's good stuff. Rested, relaxed and ready to go to work on Monday, it's all good! I'm going to figure out a way to only fall back, then run for office - I think I could go far on that platform!

Current Music: Lily Dreams On - Cotton Mather


Just Laura said...

Oh how happy I am we do not observe Daylight Savings! Just the fact of changing all of the clocks in the house would have me frantic.

How many clocks do we have anyway? Too many, I think.

Scoobers said...

Gotta love AZ. I'm with Laura on this one.

for a different kind of girl said...

I'm still feeling exhausted. Add this to the fact that my kids don't want to go to bed at their "bedtime" and getting them up in the morning is now a chore because it's still dark and they're whining about how tired they are, and I guess I can explain my own exhaustion!

Lori said...

We went to Oklahoma for the weekend of the time change and they are an hour behind us anyway so it didn't really hit me till we got back home at midnight and I had to be at work the next morning at 7am and I had to move the clock up to 1am. Now that sucked.

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