Monday, March 15, 2010

Daylight Savings - "A Trip"

Daylight saving is always "a trip".

I am constantly finding myself thinking "well I shouldn't be tired it is 10 p.m., but really it is 9 p.m.". Should I eat now, or split the difference so I not "so off". And why in the world don't the kids want to go to bed..."ah, it really is 7:30 p.m. not 8:30 p.m.".

This constant battle goes on for about 4 -5 days, until I've completely made the switch and accept the new "time". Silly really. I talk about it, analyze it, and fret over a simple hour. I'm certain I spend more time thinking about the switch then the hour it includes. is like I don't have anything else better to do. (Smile.)

From inside the little blue bungalow,
Katie Jean
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anisaschell said...

I was just feelig the same way. In fact this morning I told my hisband that we should be like Arizona and skip DST all together. it really confuses my body, and it makes the kids and us basket cases for a week!

Anonymous said...

I don't know what "the big deal" is, but I just got up from a NAP at 11:30 or was that 10:30??? MOM