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Grizzly Mama

There's a Grizzly who has escaped the City of Brotherly Love..(and she's going back to homeschooling!!)

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"All who have meditated on the art of governing mankind have been convinced that the fate of empires depends on the education of youth." Aristotle - Greek Philosopher.

Monday, April 03, 2006

Do I look like I can afford to lose an hour?

I can't stand this time change. I am so messed up. The kids' sleep schedules are messed up. MY sleep schedule is messed up. My normal bedtime is about 2:30 a.m. Now it's 3:30 a.m. That's too late and I can't deal with it. I've been slogging around all day in slow motion.

I'm going tomorrow night to get a pedicure. Troll gave it to me as a Christmas gift. I can't have my feet looking like this in my new little Easter slings, now can I? No! They need to be pretty and pink for their first airing of the season!

14 Comments:

Blogger Little Miss Chatterbox said...

Wow!!! I thought I was the only one who went to bed that insanely late. You've made my day :-). Thanks for the link too by the way!!

04 April, 2006 01:01  
Blogger Mike's America said...

It takes me nearly a week to figure out what time it is.

I really should go through the house and change all the clocks at once but I don't.

So some of them are changed and some are not. And I look at one and go "is that right?"

04 April, 2006 01:09  
Blogger MonicaR said...

I am a person of the night LMC. It is my pleasure to have your blog link gracing my sidebar.

I worked graveyard shift for almost 20 years. When I started working nights it was like - - I was finally ME! LOL

04 April, 2006 01:10  
Blogger MonicaR said...

I made that mistake for years too Mike. Now I KNOW that the cable box time is always right. Thank goodness for the cable box!

04 April, 2006 01:11  
Blogger "Alice" said...

Monicar, you are living in Philadelphia. Do you really think you are going to be wearing those little Easter slings on Easter Sunday?

04 April, 2006 04:31  
Blogger "Alice" said...

p.s. I am so glad that your time finally changed. For two weeks, it was a six hour time difference between me and my youngest. Made for staying up even later before I could call her.

04 April, 2006 04:32  
Blogger Leap Frog said...

Hey Monica! You get to wear nice summer like shoes!!!???
Darn the dog and I got snowed on today...grrrrr.

LOL and I can't change the damn VCR's time, been a long running battle... so I put a piece of electrical tape over it for half a year ... yeah very lame I know, but works for me!

And yes, thanks to the cable box at least I don't have to mess with that one! Or is it the cable box that's lucky?
:)

04 April, 2006 21:28  
Blogger Always On Watch said...

I hate making the time change in the spring; the fall isn't a problem, of course.

My cats are also confused!

04 April, 2006 21:33  
Blogger MonicaR said...

Well in that case Alice - I'm glad for the time change! I will be wearing those slings come hell or high water. If I have to tie plastic bags around my feet to get from the house to the car I'll do it. My feet feel soooooo good right now. There is just nothing like a pedicure after that cold, dry winter.

Leap - they are predicting snow flurries here tonight. *sigh* We had some beautiful 70 degree (Farenheit..) days followed by cold, sunny days but with a 40mph north wind - ouch. By Easter...well...you just never know what you're going to get on Easter.

AOW - I'm glad to hear I'm not the only one who has a problem with the spring time change. You're right - falling back is FINE. I hope you and your cats get adjusted soon!

04 April, 2006 23:26  
Blogger tshsmom said...

I ABHOR DST!! I leave for work at 5:30 a.m. It was just starting to get light at that time. Now I'm back to going to work in the dark. :(

05 April, 2006 19:52  
Blogger Steve Donohue said...

I'm a fan of DST. Waking up when it's dark makes me feel more productive, and I positively love the extra light later on. Of course, we could just lave it that way, but nevertheless...

07 April, 2006 00:19  
Blogger DirtCrashr said...

I'm not a big fan of sudden changes, I guess that makes me a conservative ;-) but I really can't get to bed much later than 10:30 before if I'm going to be worth anything. I've come to appreciate morning over late-night.

07 April, 2006 12:39  
Blogger Kate said...

AMEN to pink little pigies.
Good luck catching up that lost hour. I am so far behind...

07 April, 2006 16:39  
Blogger MonicaR said...

tshsmom - terrible! I remember many a morning like that oh so many years ago.

Steve - I know many people who the time change does not bother. (something wrong with that sentence - I'll have to get my Strunk and White! - maybe it should be 'whom'.) Anyhoo - I like it to stay light later too but I could live with an 8:00 p.m. sunset over a 9:00 p.m. sunset in the summer. Just get rid of the time changes already - I would love that.

Dirtcrasher - a morning person! Our little family stands in awe of a morning person! You are so lucky to have that internal body clock set that way!

Me too Kate - but it seems to be my normal state of affairs, time change or no. I LOVED my pedicure. My feet felt as light as air when I walked - no, glided - out of the salon. Everyone should have a pedicure!!

07 April, 2006 23:42  

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