In order to commemorate one of the mashest days of the year, I'm back in the saddle.
So, why is today mash, you ask? A list:
- Daylight savings and, thus, any residual feelings of summertime goodness, are officially gone.
- Sunset was at 5:12pm today, and by November 30, it will be dark by 4:50pm. If that's not depressing, I don't know what is. Also, dusk is by far the mashest part of the day, period.
- I slept until 1:15pm today. With the time change it was 12:15 but, still, that's just gross.
- Adding insult to injury, today is Sunday. School is tomorrow, 60 Minutes is on tonight, you know the drill.
Can you feel it?
Other generally mash days:
- Christmas PM (presents are already opened, nothing on TV, nothing to do, stuck at home)
- Thanksgiving PM (see Christmas PM, except minus gifts, plus turkey hangover)
- New Year's Day (you're hung over, everything's closed, and nothing's on TV except football and the Rose Parade.)
The Rose Parade is SO mash.
As a matter of fact, I will be so bold as to say that the months of October - December generally champion the highest mash factor of the year. Get ready folks, we're just settling in for the storm.
Now can you feel it?