Keli Gwyn here stifling a yawn.
I don't know about you, but the transition to Daylight Savings Time causes me to be as sleepy as Dorothy and her pals were when they traipsed through the poppy field on their way to Oz.
I spent much of Sunday afternoon forcing myself to stay awake when all I really wanted to do was follow my cats' lead. Our furry fellows found a warm spot in the front window and dozed off.
In order to stay awake, Gwynly and I took a walk on our local hiking trail. That worked well.
But then I got home.
I sat down to prepare my post, but the combination of the California sunshine streaming through the window and my comfy chair nearly lulled me to sleep. Only by force of will was I able to keep from nodding off.
What is it about Daylight Savings Time that makes me so sleepy? Does just knowing I lost an hour cause my eyelids to droop?
I've lost far more than an hour's sleep while writing or while reading a great story written by another Love Inspired author and been fine the next day. So, I wonder, is my sleepiness all in my head?
What do you think? Is the fatigue some of us experience when Daylight Savings Time begins real or imagined?
I'm eager to hear what you have to say and will respond to comments. Providing I haven't sneaked off to take a nap that is. :-)