I HATE time changes!! I don’t really care for regular time or savings time, for God’s sake let’s pick one and stick to it! More people agree time changes are garbage than any other issue, so let’s dispense with “War Time”.
Each time change means a week of having half the clocks on the “old time”, to remember when the animals get fed, and doing math, like it or not, all times of day. Now I feel like going to sleep at 6pm, when there should be three solid hours of work left in the day, and of course I feel like waking up at 3 in the morning, so I can lie there and think about all I have to do, once it gets light! Hates it! The sunrise and sunset matter, not the numbers. Until you have to interact with the world.
Rant over. Adjustment, not yet.
A porcupine has been at work on this tree. Like an aerial beaver.It’s very sculptural.
Falling Back is treating me well. There’s that whole temporary “what will you do with your extra hour” and gloatingly “sleeping in” on the day of, but the feeling of abundant time persists for me. It seems like there’s many more than one extra hour in every day, still.
There is little I like more than “What? It’s only 4:30?” – the crucial word “only” appearing in the sentence is a remarkable reversal of the usual sensation.
I’m getting so much done! It seems like it’s getting dark early (duh) but then the clock says there’s a whole third of the day left. I find this spacious sensation more bizarre because I don’t especially live by the clock anyway, but by the light. Having chickens is like that. They are not impressed by your hocus-pocus with a clock. The sun is up. Feed me.
I heard someone on CBC agitating against changing the time at all, saying that Springing Ahead change imposes a one-hour jet lag on the whole nation (except Saskatchewan), and this causes a reduction of productivity and more traffic accidents.
It’s not just Saskatchewan. I happen to have lived in one small recalcitrant region of BC that refused to Save any Daylight (or adopt metric). I can’t say if it increases productivity but it definitely contributes to missed ferries.