Monday, March 15, 2010

Hey Daylight Savings Time I Still Hate You

Listen, I did my best to give the curtailing of my weekend and the need to rise an hour earlier in the pitch black a fair shake. I approached it with hardly a whimper. I prudently went to bed early not just last night, but Saturday night, too. I adjusted my clocks and my schedule to accommodate the loss of an hour, stayed positive all day, maybe this won't be so bad, I told myself, maybe I'm finally learning to cope successfully with the inevitable, maybe I won't need to resent everyone who makes this happen, maybe, maybe, blah, blah, blah, today still sucked!  And I doubt tomorrow is going to be any better.


  1. I felt the same way. Why is the loss of one hour so disruptive? Or, is it the loss of control over our hours that messes with our brains so much. Whatever the cause, the resulting lethargy and grouchiness was universal. Know you are not alone! ;)

  2. Yeah, I thought you were unusually silent about the whole thing in yesterday's slice. Glad to hear you hate it as much as ever.

  3. You might be starting to sway me, but I still like the late sunset, I just hate going to work in the dark.