Published 2005 April 13
I looked at the sky today. I looked at the sky. Blue. Yellow and gray. White. Blue clouds. Storm front coming in. Like a triangle, falling down on the land. The trees. The green green trees, light green. Spring leaves. Against the blue and gray clouds. White clouds. Afternoon. They spread out, spread out and fell down on the land. Like a triangle. Driving, driving down the road. I wanted to stop. Make a picture. Get that moment. Moments. I looked at the sky.
I never liked Daylight Saving Time. Losing an hour of sleep before joining the Roman rally-race to work six months of the year made me particularly unhappy.
Freelancing from home means rush-hour traffic is behind me, but Daylight Saving Time (DST) has struck again. This time the gloom was caused by recent birthday-related posts I made to this website, which is powered by Textpattern. The article posted-dates were wrongly displaying as a day previously; for example, an article I had set to be published on April 6th displayed a posted-date of April 5th.