After 31 years in the United States, I find myself more American than I ever expected to be, yet not so American in many ways.
I'm definitely an early morning person. The moment I am upright I am twittering away like the birds (and getting on any of the night owls' nerves). By 9 in the evening I am flagging and want my bed!!
I am a 6am person. Always awake by that time, if I am still in bed I can the go downstairs and commence washing and shaving, knowing that the hot-water boiler comes on at 6-07am and by the time I step into the shower the water will be mamimum hot. I could adjust the timer, I know, but where would be the fun in that? Where would be the discipline? The satisfaction of 'Routine'?
I am up way too late having looked after a neighbor;s chld when she was detained. I'm usually in bed by 10pm - it's now 11pm and I have to be up at 7am. Pathetic eh?)However - I missed your May 12 posting and need to say a HUGE thank you for the nice mention of my book "Rules Britannia". I am currently writing the reverse, so will deinfitely be coming to you for your input as a Brit over here.Thanks again.
I'm exactly the same time:"You are 10:02 a.m....You are the time of day that's just right for turning the pages of a newspaper, flipping through channels, or clicking around online to get a sense of how the world changed during the night. "--that is so me. Thanks for the fun survey. Wake up now!
Had to come back and see if the clicks still worked. Apparently I'm 3:15p.m.
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