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Now that we have fallen back in time, so to speak, our biological clocks are adjusting, albeit slowly. My normal wake up hour has shifted from 5:30 a.m. to 6:30 a.m.
It should have gone the other way, but it never does in the winter. The wildlife on the farm seem to follow the same routine.
Since the sun sleeps in a little longer, so do the birds and other critters, including us. I miss the flurry of activity in the yard during those early hours.
Now, when I look outside as the sun rises, all I see is frost. It takes a while before anything starts to stir.
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