It's that time of year again! It's the day when we get to roll our clocks back an hour and get that extra hour of sleep (knowing full well that most of us probably stayed up an hour later the night before). I don't know about you, but this is one of the most refreshing days of the year for me.
Before I was married I would enjoy waking up, looking at the clock, and realizing that indeed I did have another hour before I needed to get up. I would reset the clocks eventually, but it was fun playing "Hey, I'm not late after all!" until I did. I was actually an hour early for church once! It was a great day--I headed to McDonald's for a McGriddle and ate a leisurely breakfast before returning for the service.
Now, things are a little different. I married a math guy, and one of his favorite time change activities is to actually change the clocks the night before so that in the morning everything is correct. Oh well. I still have my watch and the clock in my car!
As I was pondering the magic of the time change and reminiscing about time changes past, I started thinking...what would I do if I actually had a real extra hour in the day? Would I spend it actually getting some work done? Would I play more with my son? Would I have a real conversation with my husband? Would I read a book? Would I blog more? I really don't know...
So, what would you do with an extra hour in your day? Have a happy time change day!