Monday, November 15, 2010

Still wrestling with Standard Time

I really wish that Daylight Saving Time would just go on forever. Rolling back to Standard Time means it's pitch dark before 5:oo pm, which is wholly depressing. I get home from work feeling like I've worked a 14-hour day, just because it's so dark. I feel like I'm up past my bedtime when it's only 7:30.
And the sheep? They're not taking the change well at all. They've decided that the 'staff' has suddenly developed an appalling habit of sleeping in. And supper is late every.single.night.
And oh, my, how they complain...

4 comments:

Bullwinkle said...

How come they don't remember that, in the spring, when we have to call them in for dinner an hour early?

beckyinvt said...

While I don't have sheep, I'm right there with you on the hate of standard time. Everyone keeps telling me it's supposed to be better for farmers. I just don't believe that!

Cookie said...

I hear ya. The time shift is never easy but seems to be harder the older I get. /sigh

xo

Lauriee said...

The time shift is meant for the 95% who don't get up early. And it certainly isn't meant to benefit animals and babies. We hates them who did this to us.