I will spare you all the op-eds about the out-dated necessity of daylight savings time. I could even go on about the negative health effects or how lobbyists from big business keep ensuring that it is part of our law. But I’ll let a Google search handle that one. I’m from Indiana, and while I was from the tiny, little northwest corner that did, in fact, follow daylight savings, I was always jealous but proud of my fellow Hoosiers who did not.
I had plans to write big today. I really did. But as tends to happen from time to time, I came to this final hour of my day with a brain that did not want to muster words; let alone sling them together for the story I wanted to write (Angie’s Candies, Part 2).
No. I will leave that until the morning. For tonight, I will take back what the law wants to take away from me. I will claim my birthright, my inheritance, my rightful share and I will go to sleep an hour early. Ha! That will show them. That will show that they may take my time, but they will never take my sleep-dom.
….yeah, it’s probably for the best. I mean, did I really just attempt a Braveheart quote pun? About Daylight Savings Time? Whew, you’re welcome world…I’m out of here.