Update 2008-03-08: Whoops, forgot to include this snippet from the site (buti pa dito sa Blogger, may indent agad sa toolbar):
Your time of day has a split personality -- sometimes it's sweat-streaked and
loud, and you're on the dance floor, getting your third wind, and shouting
lyrics like you'll never run out of energy. You are the time of night that
carves itself into your memory forever, because you'll never forget how much you
love these people and this moment and this song. It's not always about
unforgettable parties, though. Sometimes your late night (err? early morning)
burst of energy happens when you're home alone. Those are the times when you
say, "I flat out refuse to go to sleep until I finish reading this book, or
typing this page, or reorganizing my entire closet." In either case, you are the
time of night when it feels sort of forbidden to be awake, but you love
accomplishing something special long after everyone else went to bed. And hey --
you can always catch up on sleep tomorrow, right?
Apparently I share the same results as 11% of the takers. Took me a couple of times to get similar results too. The other time I was 11 am or something. Basta, tamad, yun!
Yep, around this unholy time of day I usually find myself wrenching my eyes away from the computer screen/a good book to check the time. After which I mutter to myself "just a few more minutes... just let me finish this chapter... just let me get this function done... just until the next save point..." Hahaha!
One of my fondest wishes is for the discovery of a cure for sleepiness. No wait, they already have that. Rather, the cure for the need to sleep, hehe. If only I can make the day last longer. If only I could move faster. Well, my relentless drive to cram more things into a day will probably lead to my demise someday I'm sure. I know that it's practically contradictory to the Lord's command to “Be still, and know that I am God” (Psalm 46:10). It's really a struggle for me to slow down, slack off, sit in silence and just enjoy the moments as they pass. But when I'm forced to relax, like when I get sick, I always find the experience restful and feel immediately rejuvinated.
The funny thing is that I always procrastinate. I guess that's just me dragging my feet before moving on to the next activity. Once I'm locked in to one activity that I enjoy doing, I find it hard to draw my attention away and move on to the next task on the list. Be it sleeping or bug fixing. Even though the thing on my list could possibly be more urgent or rewarding. Ahh well...