If you are a morning person, let me tell you, none of this is going to make sense to you! 😀 For a night owl, on the other hand, this is going to be 178 seconds of bliss! I however encourage you early birds to read on- come see our world and see all that you are missing 😉
If you sleep anytime after 12 am on a regular basis, you must have been preached enough number of times as to why it is such an unhealthy habit and why you should change your sleep pattern asap. Fine. But let’s just put all of that aside and for a few minutes celebrate the wonderfulness that the nocturnal beings get to experience every
The Birdie myth
Of some of the experiences early risers boast of getting, the most common one is how they wake up at the crack of dawn and hear the first chirping of the birds. Oh my bird! Those are lies, please don’t believe them. Birds start chirping at 2 am-ish and we are the ones who get to hear them first everyday!! I’m no ornithologist, so I don’t really know a bird’s biological clock. For me, technically, a day starts at 12 am and 2 am comes before 6 am, so yay!! 😉 😀
Bedtime stories- literally!
Have you tried reading a thrilling novel at night when all in your vicinity have tucked into bed? Please do. The book just gets 100 times more interesting.
The silence of the night
Early morning is a good time to concentrate, they say, and to create. Somehow, this doesn’t work for me. Hours into the night is when my creative juices start flowing in gallons! And in the deep silence, I have no trouble concentrating. This silence is broken now and then by feeble faraway sounds and even they seem rhythmic 😉
Late into the night is the perfect time to contemplate on all your life happenings. The best time to debate, negotiate, reason and ascertain- all by yourself. Oh all those Eureka! moments.
There are so many more, but I’m just going to stop with four- Ha, that was unintentional! See, late night makes you rhyme 😉 😀