I'm not happy about daylight savings. It was two weeks ago here, and for two weeks I have been so out of it. Before, I could easily count on my day going on until 8, or at least 7:30. And then, seeing the sun go down, my body would be like, hey, it's getting to be night time, why don't we get hungry and tired. Which was fine if it was 7:30 or 8. A perfect time to get hungry for dinner and tired.
But then daylight savings happened.
Pretty much around the same week that the sun decided to start setting sooner. So instead of setting at 6:30 (an hour earlier, after daylight savings) for some inexplicable reason, it's now setting at 5:30. And this all happened so quickly that my body still associates sundown with being tired and hungry. The result? In the middle of all my lessons I started getting tired. I go home and have dinner at 7, like an old and/or British person, and then I'm all confused.
I'm not happy about this.
It was so lovely to drive home from work in the warm autumn sunlight. Now, more often than not, I'm driving home in cold dark winter rain. Decidedly less pleasant. And I know, season change, it gets colder, it's part of the cycle of nature, blah blah blah.
But I'm pretty sure I'm going to keep blaming this on daylight savings.