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Dark Outside

Monday, October 08, 2012

It is 6:15 and still is pitch black outside. I do not like the days as they get shorter and shorter. It is harder to get up and going when it is so dark outside. Soon we will have daylight sayings and it will be lighter in the morning but then it will be dark when we come home at night. Can't win that one. Oh well. I'll just have to wait until the days start getting longer again.
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  • TXGRANDMA
    It IS harder to get up and get going when it is dark outside. It helps me, though, if the coffee pot is ready when I get up, so I set it to start 15 minutes before my alarm goes off. I like to get up and watch some of the news and Today show while drinking a hot cup of coffee............
    The dark evenings is what gets me, no time left to work with Lexi after a day at work....
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    1521 days ago
  • FORMERFATGUY777
    I don't like this timeof year as well. Where I live there is a medical condition that comes from the lack of sunlight. I just try to make the best of it and enjoy life. Summer will come soon enough.
    1521 days ago
  • FATHINSN
    Can't really imagine days either shorter or longer, here it's about the same all year (tropical country). Anyhow, I'm sure you will able to adjust, perhaps you can start adding short workout before sunlight or distribute your workouts into quickies throughout the day :D
    1521 days ago
  • JGRAY76
    I LOVE mornings regardless of how dark or light it is outside. Get up and turn lots of lights on in the house. Jump on the treadmill or catch up on e-mails and SP postings. Have a great day!
    1521 days ago
  • MARJORIEWRIGHT
    I'm going to miss the long evening too but looking forward to more light in the mornings when I take my kids to the bus stop. It won't last too long.
    1521 days ago
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