KLT = Kirsten Local Time
The other day, I was listening to an audiobook. In the story, the main character’s grandfather refused to set his clocks on Daylight Savings Time. So, all yearlong he was on Standard Time.
I was like, “You can actually do that?” Then I kind of chuckled. It’s not like we are required by law to change our clocks, but it never entered my mind not to change my clocks. Until now…
I decided that I didn’t want to set my clocks to Standard time because then I was having to walk in the dark in the evenings. Whereas, if I stayed on DST time it was light when I walked in the evenings. Although, not as light as I’d like it. So, I took it one step forward by setting my clocks to 2 hours later than Standard time.
I’ve always had really odd hours of functioning compared to others. The unexpected side effect of this is that it has actually made me appear to be on normal hours with everyone else. If I sleep into 11:00 am KLT it is only 9:00 am for everyone else. It makes it so much easier to interact with everyone else.
Plus, now if I go to sleep at 2:00 am KLT it is only Midnight for everyone else. I might actually appear normal now! I am happy to be sleeping better and interacting better with people on a more normalized schedule.
After doing all this, I realized that it was answered prayer. I’d been praying for the Lord to help get more sleep and be on a more regular schedule. I just never expected the prayer to be answered this way.
God is good like that!
Until next time blessings and healing