Sunday, April 02, 2006

Daylight Savings Time


This story is a little over the top, but has a point. I identify mainly with its discussion about rising with the sun. When my in-laws took us on a rafting trip through the Grand Canyon two years ago, we rose each day around 5:30 (just as the sky was lightening) and went to bed each night just after the sun went down. It felt so natural, just like it felt natural to walk around on the sandy banks of the Colorado River barefoot. I so wanted to cling to this natural wake-sleep schedule when we got home, but it was impossible. Oh well.

5 comments:

dbt said...

what, no comment on OPENING DAY?!?!?

Kathy Schrenk said...
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Kathy Schrenk said...

Well, there was the meeting of the two posterboys for incompetence in leadership, Bush and Selig, before the Cubs opener in Cincy...

Nemesis of Evil said...

Perfect that it took place in Cincinnati, the home of the team that traded for Tony Womack. Talk about incompetence. Imagine Neifi Perez having one good year and then getting a multi-year, multi-million-dollar deal.

Kathy Schrenk said...

Hey, Neifi was 3 for 4 the other day! More right than a broken clock...

But, MUCH more importanly, the Cubbies swept St. Loser! What a weekend...