I don’t know what sort of sick, twisted mind would think of something so cruel, but taking an hour of sleep from someone who doesn’t get enough already just doesn’t seem fair.
We battle it every year. The dreaded time-change that makes our morning’s dark and our evenings bright.
My commute that was once sunny has been replaced with the dreary feeling of a rainy day.
Along with moving the clocks ahead, however, comes a little hope.
I’m probably being a little overly dramatic about the time change, but don’t get me wrong, this is one of my favorite seasons of the year.
Local high schools are transitioning from winter to spring sports, which brings out one of the most beloved athletic events in Pickens County.
It’s what folks in this county wait all year for.
The chance to catch a game in the sunny and 75 degree weather with a bag of sunflower seeds and not a care in the world.
It’s not just baseball season that gets me exited for another spring.
If you’re a college hoops enthusiast like me, you’re probably pretty excited for all the exciting basketball action in the coming month.
Whether you’re a sports fan or not, spring is usually welcomed with open arms. It provides a break from the obnoxiously cold weather and all those bare trees in your yard.
It’s a time to catch up with the yard work that you’ve put off all winter, and a time to bring out the shorts and tee-shirts buried deep in the closet.
The time change may not be the best decision we’ve ever made as a culture, but it sure is nice to see our friend spring again.