Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Daylighting Dinner

I rise very early. Doing so gives me peaceful and uncrowded work days in a dense neighborhood just minutes' walk from downtown. The rest of the family rises early, too. Over the holiday, I realized that we had revived the old practice of having the main meal at midday. I grew up understanding that to be old school farmers' practice. Living off the grid at an isolated cabin taught me the value of putting a meal together when I could see what I was doing.

Casual scanning of a City Light newsletter brought my attention to the plan to charge different rates for power consumed at different times of day. Early rising has yet another advantage now besides uncrowded busses and clerks who are not yet fried from their day of customer service -30-

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