Playing with pure "circadian" rhythms here. When Daylight Savings time occurs, we humans have a lot to adjust to, especially if we work or need to do something everyday, first thing - in a time constraint. On the other hand, animals, and babies too, only operate on that biological sense of it's time to wake up - it's time to eat. Our dog's internal clocks are set to wake at approximately 7 AM EVERY day. This is where the fun begins. Fun now, but not so much fun in the fall. Bailey, was just getting his evening clock set about right. We feed them in the evening at 5:30. He made it yesterday until about 5:15, before he started nudging and pacing. It has taken him that many months to almost make his 'preset rhythm' adjust to the real time. Is he going to be surprised when supper comes early!
Too bad we are such 'clock worshippers'.
(Ya, and I'm the one making my animals conform to it all. Tsk...)
Where I Stand Sunday is an ongoing photo essay examining the different places I spend my life standing.
Too often we take for granted the everyday places we spend our lives walking on.
The ground we tread on has its own stories to tell.