Oct 17, 2006


4 comments:

Snake (a Cambridge kind of guy) said...

sorry to be a naysayer, FW, but I don't like daylight savings which, to my way of thinking, is nothing of the sort. In mid-winter, it gets dark at around 4:30 and that, frankly, is depressing. Not that I want to begrudge you an extra hour of sleep.

John said...

My boss called me at 4 in the morning. I missed the call, but got the voicemail. It said, and I quote, "Hey Buddy, just wanted to remind you about day light savings. Don't want you to show up an hour late for work this morning!"

Being the clueless spaz I am [also, the still drowsy half asleep spaz], I went looking online to see if it was true.

I'll get him back...

Anonymous said...

This time next week you can gear yourself up towards the extra hour in bed!

Although personally, I don't like winding the clocks back for winter. I don't like the dark nights...

URGH!

melusina said...

I LOVE the long, dark nights! But I love the long days too. Luckily, we get them in almost equal measure.

The long, dark nights mean Halloween, Thanksgiving, and best of all CHRISTMAS!

Unfortunately, my hubby has a shift the night the time changes, so he won't get an extra hour of sleep, he'll get an extra hour of work!!