Saturday, 28 March 2009

Exit summer time.

Great great great! Summer time will be over tomorrow as from 2 a.m from what I heard. This means one more hour of sleep for me. One more hour of watching TV or taking my time to have breakfast. One more precious hour. At last!

The bad part is that when I'll be returning home in the evening, it will already be dark, but I don't really care right now. All I care for is my precious sleep! :D

Go ahead and enjoy life as it was before summer time dudettes and dudes!

22 comments:

  1. Yes it was hard to wake up the last few weeks. :S

    Yep back to normal time. :D Too bad the sun is setting early from now on.

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  2. Yeah we wouldn't be able to enjoy this season that much. :(

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  3. hmm yup, i started having more of a social life with that summertime!

    since my mom is always "worried" when i am out when its dark.. [but never worries when i am out camping :p (hahahaa c la ki li bizin pli perr!)]... i have to get back before the sun sets. (she's parano and believes there's a conspiracy to get my kidnapped..hahahaha!)

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  4. haha! my mom gets that too! but the most parano of all is my sister! :S

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  5. @Selven:
    my mom is always "worried" when i am out when its dark

    lol!

    @Morinn : Fortunately, no one becomes parano when it concerns me :P

    Will be missing summertime, since I wont be able to use that extra hour for jogging in the evening :(

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  6. aargh, yeah summertime rocked in the evening. was great to see sunset at 8 pm :P

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  7. Waiting for the CEB report on energy savings...

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  8. Woohoo! Summertime over!!! :D

    I'm also waiting for the CEB report... ;)

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  9. i liked summertime, except when it was for waking up early.
    plus it did sound poetic, right.
    summertime.
    xoxo

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  10. i hope i will not be as hot as before in the evening..

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  11. @ Irfaan and Carrotmadman, do you think that there will a significant energy saving?

    @ Bruno, thanks! I've loved this video. :P

    @ keli, yeah summertime was kinda poetic. hihi...

    @ Yudz, yeah, though summer is still here and it's still damn hot.

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  12. @morinn
    Dunno. As I said in the post, it probably might not be due to summer time. ;)

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  13. i enjoyed summer time T_T .. mainly because i wake up late ( office is 10 mins from home ) and i enjoy longer sun time :D

    well in fact i cant wait for winter too! :D wooot

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  14. @dan

    Office at 10 mins? This is cool. :D

    I'm waiting for winter too. Its great to sleep during winter. I'm seriously considering hibernating next winter. LOL

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  15. @ Dan, wow, 10 mins that's kind of like going to the bathroom. :S
    Lucky you! :D

    Lol @ Jevin. Mauritian winter is not that apt for hibernation though! :p coumence fr so dan la journee

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  16. hey, thanks for adding me on flickr, your blog is interesting! I have one too in case you are curious: http://tryingtounderstandtheworldaroundme.blogspot.com/

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  17. Thanks for dropping by carla. :D I love your flickr photostream.

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  18. Ouf enfin back to normal time...no longer have to switch on the lights when I woke up this morning :D

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  19. Yeah it was really annoying when it was all dark everywhere. Once there was even a power cut in the morning and I ending up wearing my tshirt by the wrong side! :p

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  20. At last, it's over. This thing messed up with my biological clock...

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  21. Yeah with mine as well. I can't get myself to sleep this additional one hour in the morning now. :S I have to wake up.

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