I don't think I'm the only one who was feeling the pain of daylight saving time this week.
We'll appreciate the extra hour of sunlight this weekend, but I sure wasn't feeling it at 6:30 a.m. Tuesday.
It was still dark!
If you're wondering why I was up at that unholy hour, it was for a Speechcraft course, hosted by Savannah Toastmasters.
It's been a great experience so far, and I'll tell you more about it in a few weeks.
Savannah Stopover also had me stumbling forward ... in a different way. No, this isn't about beer (although there were a few of those.)
I discovered at least five new favorite bands this weekend, and I'm ready to dive headfirst into all the music they have to offer.
I have to give a huge thank you to the crew who put on a fantastic event. You have a whole slew of new fans eagerly awaiting next year, as you'll see from the reviews on our site.
March is offering a lot of firsts.
This week, I'll learn exactly how Savannah does St. Patrick's Day. And I was ready for the stumbling to be over ...Heather Henley is editor of DO Savannah. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org and follow on Twitter @HeatherDHenley.