Sunday, October 30, 2005

How do you mend a broken Jack-o-lantern?
Just a simple question to start off this chilly day.
How does ones body get used to the changing times- like adding another hours sleep last night due to the changing back an hour on the clocks? Better than next spring when they set the clocks ahead an hour and we lose one hour of sleep.
I read an article telling that inorder to help our body adjust, it is important for us to keep everything on the sames chedule after gaining or losing the hour each Fall and Spring. Not sure what was meant by that. Does it mean just to eat at the same time according to the new clock time, or that we should eat an hour earlier to be eating at the same time before the clocks changed. Confusing right? You would think that since it was a medical program they would make it clearer so their could only be one way to interpret what they say.

Well, have you thought up an answer to the opening question?
Here is one answer:
With a pumpkin patch of course!

With a pumpkin patch!

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