Daylight Savings at last! I've been waking up to the sun for a couple weeks now, so I'm already caught up to the new time. What a relief to get this readjustment! It's one thing to wake up and want to get up and look at the time and see that it's 5, and another to see that it's 6. It's fine to get up at 6, but stupid to feel that you have to get up and it's only 5. And the real pleasure will come this evening, when the day feels newly long. When you're younger, you like the return to Standard Time. In spring, you think, now I must pay for the pleasure of gaining that extra hour last fall. But when you're older, weeks ahead of Daylight Savings, you feel there's an excess hour in there that needs cutting out.
But whether I've got one less hour this morning or not, I'm more pressed for time than usual for a Sunday, because I need to show up at the Capitol this morning to play judge for a moot court competition. Last year, I photoblogged moot court judging at the Dane County court house. We've got a new court house now, but I'm not going to be there. We'll be in the Supreme Court this morning, which is a very grand old place. I'll try to get some photos for you.