Or perhaps that’s good-bye sunshine…
If you’ve been following No Facilities for a year or more, you know that I am no fan of Daylight Saving Time. Don’t get me wrong, I love longer days and I love sunshine and I am one of the two people responsible for that crazy redhead, Maddie who loves to sit in that sunshine. But, longer days come on their own – that’s nature – moving the schedule forward an hour is mankind’s unique idea. I think it’s a bad one.
I am an early riser, and I like to see the sun as early as possible. I’ve been enjoying the sun during my morning commute, and it’s coming to an end.
I stopped, yesterday, at Great River Park, to enjoy what might well be the last bit of morning sunshine I will see there until April. No, DST doesn’t start tomorrow, but they are predicting a big snow storm to start. That means I will work from home tomorrow and possibly again on Thursday (when the storm is expected to end). I will be back in the office on Friday, but Great River Park won’t be open, unless they clear the snow faster than they normally do. That means I won’t see GRP until Monday, the day after we “spring ahead” into darkness.
The gallery are my last photos of GRP sunshine (for about a month).
And yes, I included the song, (Paul McCartney’s version) just in case you’re humming it.
This post is part of Linda G. Hill’s fun weekly series One-Liner Wednesday. If you have a one-liner, I’d encourage you to join in on the fun. You can follow this link to participate and to see the one-liners from the other participants.