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Sunday, March 12, 2017

Ah That Elusive Hour

Have you ever wondered like I have what happens to that hour they rob us of every spring.  If you are like me and not a morning person you are restless and sleepy until the fall when they give me that hour back.  And in my sleep deprived state I often wonder what that hour does.

Does it go hide in some dark recess in the universe, afraid to move lest it lose some precious seconds or does it travel, happily unfettered, hopping from star to star between galaxies until the fall when we summons it back so people like me cab feel rested once again?

Color me pissy until then.

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  1. I was discussing how I never miss that hour while other people suffer for weeks. Friend said it was hard for him to adjust. I like to stay up late and hate to get up, so I suppose I am just irritated at time in general. Funny post.

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  2. Yeah, me too. My next several weeks are going to be off while I adjust. I do like having light later in the evening, but the lost hour is annoying!

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    1. I like having the extra light when it is nice and warm and I can enjoy the daylight evening outside, but util then who cares!

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  3. I've been tired all day and we took the day off from anything grown up. I can relate.

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    1. Me and thee Sam, and now that it is nearly midnight I am not the least bit tired

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  4. Sigh. We start daylight saving too early, and continue if for too long. I really, really hate getting up in the dark.

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    1. I do too EC. I don't think we should begin this until there is much more daylight than dark.

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  5. I am not a fan either. I am not a morning person.

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  6. It's time to just leave the clock alone and have the same time all year round! I know I'd be a lot happier--especally in the spring.

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    1. I don't even mind it in the summer,but waking in the dark just tees me off.

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  7. Not a fan either. It is freaking annoying...

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    1. It just takes me too long to adjust to it.

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  8. Well, I know it's not hiding t my house. I had a theory that I'd be up with the birds, but no, I woke up at 8am instead of my usual 7am. So not happy about that!

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    1. It takes me a couple of weeks to get my bearing. I wake with the sun and keep time all day with it. Now I have to readjust my thinking because it was nearly 9 last night when I finally had supper ready.

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  9. Reminds me of a quote I read somewhere: "Lost between sunrise and sunset, one golden hour, studded with 60 diamond minutes". It's not hiding at my house, though. I have a hard time adjusting to the time change, myself.

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    1. Me too! It usually takes me a couple of weeks to adapt.

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