I think we should start having daylight savings every week. When the alarm went off at 5:30 this morning, I felt as if getting up right then were not the worst thing in the world; a brand new Monday morning sensation. I went to work and felt no loathing toward that office that has enchained me to boredom for so many bygone hours of my life. When quitting time rolled round, I realized it had been one of the best Mondays I have ever spent at Parker Hannifin Manhattan. Imagine what the world would be like if every Monday were like that? It's not like we can see the sunlight locked up in our cubicles anyway.
In other new, I'm collecting boxes now. Turns out we won't be home on a weekend day from now till we move, so all the packing and sorting out what to take and what to leave behind must happen on a Monday-Thursday night within the next 6 weeks. Being busy is a very good thing right now - when there is a change that exciting about to happen in your life, the last thing you feel like doing is sitting around.
Also, Kara got engaged to Peter Rapp on Friday; there is much rejoicing. :-)