Daylight Savings Time. It is such a dramatic day to people. But I have found, in my life, that the power of suggestion makes it a little less traumatic for me (and not having children!). I was at a friend's house last night, but as soon as I got home, I set my clocks ahead and began to get ready for bed. Once the clocks change, I believe the time they say. So, I instantly felt like it was 11:30 instead of 10:30 and quickly made my way to bed. The same is true if I forget to change a clock, though. When I got home from church today and was making my lunch I looked at a clock I had not changed and I thought, "Oh, wow, it's only 12:10!" Why I would have this thought, I'm not sure, because I never get home from church that early, but the fact that the clock said so, in that moment, made it true. Maybe I'm weird, I don't know. Well, I do know I'm weird, but I'm not sure if this particular issue makes me weird :).
Let's see. I am in my thirties and single. I love spending time with my family, friends, reading, playing games, and spectating (but not playing) sports. I was born in Illinois, raised in Georgia, and went to graduate school in Texas. I now live back in Illinois. I work at an agency doing in-home therapy with kids and their families. I attend Bethany Baptist Church and work with AWANA, volunteer in the nursery, and am active in the Career class. My favorite drink is Dr. Pepper (I even like Dr. Pepper Jelly Bellies). Winter is my favorite time of year and in the winter I love to curl up with a good book and a mug of hot chocolate.