A-Z Challenge …. Y is for … & Z is for …

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Y is for Yesterday.     Yesterday is the day which normally precedes today  – unless yesterday is also today which is what happens when you fly east from Australia to America.

It always boggles my mind that I can land in Los Angeles 3 or 4 hours before taking off in Sydney!

Now I have a yen for some  serious zzzz’s.    So …..

Z is for Zeds  –   something I need plenty of tonight as I go back to work tomorrow!

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14 responses

  1. Ah yes, that long, long day when you fly east overseas, or vice versa! Just going to New York left me seriously jet-lagged, so I can only imagine what you’re feeling now.

    Hope you’re all rested tomorrow. You’ll have to tell us how it all went!

  2. Time changes (zones) are weird, really. My brain doesn’t really figure out how that magically happens, although I know the globe is spinning…still it’s weird to think somebody’s asleep when I go to call home ;p

  3. I didn’t even realize you had gone to Australia till I got a postcard from you yesterday! Yes, yesterday was Sunday, I forgot to check the mail box on Saturday! Thanks! Welcome back and I hope it’s an easy re-entry to work.

  4. I can’t imagine the jet lag. I didn’t do too badly going from St. Louis to Hawaii, but coming back was weird. I passed out in the airport in LA! Not really, but I did fall sound asleep for the first time all night laying across two seats on top of our luggage.

  5. I remember taking a non-stop flight from L.A. to London; upon arriving I was advised In No Uncertain Terms NOT to take a nap. Finish the day, as if it was of normal length and just as if the hours weren’t twisted around – and go to sleep in the evening, like a good little traveler should.

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