Transplanted Life
Tuesday, November 02, 2004
Strange things
I've got to say, it gets dark out pretty quickly now that Daylight Savings Time is over, especially if you have to take the train home. I don't like it; there's streetlights out between me and the train station, and it's going to be like this every night. I'm not really afraid of anything specific, it's just, well, if anything did happen, I'm out in the suburbs and not particularly close to home or anything, really.

It's funny how I sort of got used to thinking of Daylight Savings Time as "normal", though. I grumbled all evening about what a huge inconvenience this is before remembering that, hey, I set the clock back to normal time on Sunday.

Also strange - voting a straight Democratic ticket. Of course, this being Cambridge, the Presidential campaign was the only one where I was really offered a choice - there were lots of folks running unopposed and one whose opponent was in the "Green-Rainbow" party. That's right, just when the Green party couldn't sound any dorkier...

Man, the evenings seem ridiculously long without baseball. I'm just staring at this screen trying to think of what to fill it with. I know Carter's excited about basketball starting up, but it's just not the same.

Comments: Post a Comment

Powered by Blogger

Note: This blog is a work of fantasy; all characters are either ficticious or used ficticiously. The author may be contacted at