I'm Awake

Yes my friends, there is a Eudora 8.0. As you recall, I have been sitting here in sackcloth, heaping ashes upon my head at the loss of my trusty Eudora.

It seems that a bunch of nerds have taken the code and are making it open source. They have released Eudora 8.0 and it seems workable. I’ll have to fiddle around with it today to see if I can restore most of my old email and settings.

Now I want to pass on a warning to you youngsters. At about 50 years of age your ability to tolerate daylight saving time change diminishes. It becomes a real hardship adjusting the old body clock to new times.

I woke up at 7 AM dead on and could have slept another hour. Forget that I normally wake up at 5:30 naturally. No, my body rebelled and stacked on some more sleepy time.

I know…I could move to St Croix where they don’t follow that nonsense of clock changing. It is always Atlantic Standard Time down there.

And finally, Cedie let this squeaky, long, and very audible doggy poot at 2 AM. It woke Gigi and I up and got us laughing so hard I thought I wouldn’t get back to sleep. I did (see paragraph 4).

8 comments:

TerryC said...

Did Cedie complain that you were keeping her up, too?

terri said...

I'd like to vote against the time change too. It takes me forever to adjust.

I have the opposite problem with my dog. She snores all night long, so if I suddenly DON'T hear her snoring, I wake up and panic.

Ali said...

It's scary sometimes how alike we are...
I may not be 50, but my body clock already doesn't register with time changes so well.
And I wasn't awake laughing at dog toots in the middle of the night, but I was awake laughing at the orca like squeals my husband was making in his sleep.

IEAT_SNOWMANPOOP said...

I say no time change. It's too hard to remember when to do it.

Jay said...

I'm not happy with the time change either. Seems like just last week I fixed the time in my car so it would be correct cause I kept forgetting to switch it to standard time. Wait .. it WAS just last week! I'll get it back to the correct time in August or so.

Denice said...

What the heck is a "poot"?

Reggie said...

A poot? It is a fart. We called them poots as a kid.

Hammer said...

I used to use Eudora when I first started using the internet.

You know, back when PC's had a hand crank on the side..