It's so depressing when the time changes in the Fall. I loathe when I get off work and walk out the door and it's dark outside. I think to myself every night when I go to bed: "I'm going to get up early and be at work at 7am so when I leave work I still have a couple hours of daylight!" Yeah, whatever. A morning person I am not! Each night I set my alarm to get up and end up snoozing for over an hour. The bed is so comfortable that I'd rather lay there being annoyed by the alarm. Most times I actually reset the alarm so I can sleep longer. I've never been one of those people who can jump out of bed at the first sound of the alarm. Those people are annoying (but how I envy them!)
This time change is really cramping my "favorite time of day" photo taking time! You know that time of day when the sun is setting and it turns everything a beautiful golden color and everything glows? Seeing the sunset on the city like that always reminds me of a day I spent in Bath, England. Most of the buildings I saw in Bath were made of this gorgeous honey-colored stone that just glowed in the sunlight! Every time I see the sunset and the glow on the city, I'm always reminded of the day I spent in Bath. So beautiful!
The other day after CupcakeCamp I told Robin that I wanted to go over to St. Francis Hospital (where I had my thyroidectomy) to check out the new meditation garden. My friend Joan of Charleston Daily Photo posted a blog entry with photos of the garden that she took on a recent foggy morning. So gorgeous! I just had to go see what it was all about! We headed over there and it was a race against the sun since it was around 5:30pm. I think we arrived just in time!