Saturday, March 15, 2008

sunrise sunset

from the weather channel:

Sunrise 6:57 am

(now)
Sunset 6:56 pm

12 whole hours! woo hoo

11 comments:

Bob-kat said...

Sounds like you are relishing the idea of some rest before the new day dawns. I hope you get to relax and refresh :)

Michele sent me over and it's always nice when she does.

Snaggle Tooth said...

It's about time! Vernal Equinox here we come-

Now if I could only feel awake for some of that daylight...
It would also be nice if the overcast would clear!

Phoenix said...

Glad to see that you are back up on the happy side of life. You have to take care of yourself, David... get sleep or nap just to get refreshed!

Kai said...

We're loving the longer days as well - I think maybe, (just maybe) Spring is really around the corner!! :-)

gautami tripathy said...

Longer days are here too! And it has started to get hot in the day time in Delhi. I simply hate the summer!

Here from Michele!

David said...

beware the dies of march;
snow and really cold snap.
single digits possible tonight
grrrrr

thanks for all the blog love, people!

Snaggle Tooth said...

Fire up the hot water bottles- mine are all around me right now... 6 of them! Whatever works-

becky68 said...

I understand your joy in this matter- I've just changed from a schedule at work where I worked 12 pm to 11 pm - with my 50 minute commute I barely ever saw a sunset or a sunrise-
Now I have a schedule where I work 8 am to 7 pm & the daylight savings time change coupled with the lengthening of the days has conspired to allow me to see the sunrise on the way to work & the sunset on the way home every day I work.
Michele sent me.

jayleigh said...

Awesome!

It's probably warm there too, eh?

Anonymous said...

make sure you stop by and see vera

Carmi said...

I love when the seasons change and we go from upside-down to rightside-up on the day-night balance. Pretty soon, I'll be rolling the wonderbike onto the road for its shakedown ride. Happy sigh.

Visiting again from Michele's. Hoping you're having a restful, quiet eve.