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Nov
10

Daylight Saving Time

Don’t you just feel the Christmas season coming?  Days are becoming noticeably shorter, and nights becoming much cooler.  The only thing that breaks the mood is the occasional scattered rain showers.

Tick-tock

With the shortening daylight sometimes I think that I should personally impose my own daylight saving time—with the sun setting earlier than the usual I find myself missing my afternoon runs!  It had been a habit for me to run on weekends during the late afternoon from our home to the mall some 6K away as a warm-up before working out at the gym.  But since it’s now already dark at the time I usually start and my route isn’t ideal to run onto in the dark, I missed a few sessions already.  Duh, I’m again counting days when I’ve not run outdoors…


2 Responses to “Daylight Saving Time”


  1. 2010-11-18 at 12:48 PM

    Hi Dennis. I know he feeling well in the states. There’s a little over nine hours of dailylight until December 21 when the days get longer again.

    I’m in Cebu City right now. Hopefully we’ll meet before I leave on Monday. Will be at Run Rio 32K. Please take care my friend!


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