Monday, November 7, 2011

SAD Numbers Make Birds Sing.

Some of The Dahn Report followers do suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder. It may in full bloom right now because of the time change. I was surprised to find that is one of the five times of the year that is bad for SAD:

Autumn surprised me too. Did you find any surprises?

Does your phone talk to you? Do you know what it spells?;_ylt=AoMhRZaj01gDMxRa_ZeYmw6s0NUE;_ylu=X3oDMTNtcjdqdjk3BG1pdANUb3BTdG9yeSBGUARwa2cDYjRkMmI2ZjMtZjcxOS0zNzU4LWIzMDctZjE4Yjc3ZjcwMWQ2BHBvcwMxNwRzZWMDdG9wX3N0b3J5BHZlcgNlOTExZjE5MC0wOTRiLTExZTEtYmRiZC03ZjVmNWE4Mjc1N2Y-;_ylg=X3oDMTFpNzk0NjhtBGludGwDdXMEbGFuZwNlbi11cwRwc3RhaWQDBHBzdGNhdANob21lBHB0A3NlY3Rpb25z;_ylv=3

Mine spells jodmajdwgm. I think that is Russian for good dude.

Monday is a good day for some music:

Comment Away.


"If woman's sole responsibility is of the domestic type, one class will be crushed by it, and the other throw it off as a badge of poverty. The poor man's motto, "Women's work is never done," leads inevitably to its antithesis -- ladies' work is never begun" was authored by the first woman in America ordained by a congregation that was part of a regular or major denomination. She was also a lecturer and writer for women's rights, abolition, and temperance -- and mother of five daughters. She was born in 1825 and died in 1921. If you know THE PHYSICAL BASIS OF IMMORTALITY then you can tell me who authored today's quote.


cd0103 said...

I actually feel better once we go back to Standard time. I am miserable and tired the entire time we are on Daylight Saving Time.

Pat said...

I have no idea what my phone number says. Perhaps I don't want to know. But if the key is a simple 1=A, 2=B, I guess it would be easy enough to find out. And maybe apply some anagram skills to make it meaningful.

Great story about the wrens. I wish they'd had an example for us to listen to.

William J. said...

Hi Conne!!

Another one we haven't seen for a while!

Good to see you. I am pretty miserable for a while after both time changes. It takes a good month for me to adjust.


William J. said...

Hi Pat

The key is that simple.

Yes the sample with the Wrens singing would have been much better!


Lady DR said...

I suspect each of us react differently to certain time periods. I had a dear friend who thought autumn was wonderful, the beginning of the year, because she related it to starting school - new pens, new paper, new books - and related that to new yarn, new patterns, new books, new (change of clothes). I think a lot of folks feel a let down after the excitement of the Christmas holidays, thinking the only things to look forward to are cold weather and taxes.

My phone number must be in a foreign language, but I think it means "Neat Lady."

Interesting article on the wrens. Like everyone else, I wish there had been a sound track.

Connie, good to see you back. Hope all is well!

William J. said...


I also like autumn. Fall and after Christmas are OK by me, I get more depressed before Christmas. I just dislike how stressed out everyone seems and acts.

I think your phone number's description of you is right on!

I will see if I an find a you tube version of the wrens singing.