Adjusting to Daylight Savings Time

A burning bush at the gym.

I am really happy about the change.

I just hope that I don’t have trouble adjusting.

Given all of the world craziness, having one more little difficulty added in is not a good recipe, in my estimate. With the violence we see on TV, incessant terrorist attacks, a government that is seemingly totally unresponsive to the wants and needs of the public, one more issue is not helpful.

Nonetheless, I am happy.

I am happy that, as I take the dog for a walk, it is not pitch black outside. It is an eerie feeling walking in the dark and dangerous as well, as the walks could be just a bit icy and cause one to fall. Cars are an issue as well as now there are even those electric ones that pretty much creep upon you. I have nothing against Tesla, but these more silent cars are a bit of a danger.

Putting a headlamp on to take a walk seems so odd, although it is definitely practical.

I am guessing that our grandkids are going to have sleep issues, that is, sleep issues added onto the regular ones. Koerner kids all seem to fight sleep, that is, until they are teenagers. Then, trying to rouse them is next to impossible.

I actually remember that I gave my parents trouble about sleep, saying that my sister, Carol, had stolen my sleep. That was just an excuse for my not wanting to miss anything. I guess I should not be surprised that the grandkids are like that.

Cool, humid, almost foggy, another November day.

About Richard Koerner

Sixty something, father, papi, educator, organizer, Francophile, traveler, amateur photographer, gardener, cyclist, kayaker, calligrapher, cinephile, reader, and overall renaissance type human being.
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