Telemarketer: Ms Swan?
Me: It is nine a.m. who calls this early? This is nuts!
Telemarketer: I didn't realize it was early.
Me: *growl* *click*
What time do you usually get up on a day off/weekend?
6:00 or earlier. It's my day off, no time to waste sleeping!
6:00 to 7:30, that seems reasonable
7:30 to 9:00 *yawn and stretch* still plenty of daytime left.
Between 9:00 and 10:30. My bed is commmfy. :-)
10:30 to 12:00 Weekends are for sleeping in!
People get up before noon?!
This question means nothing to me as I work graveyard shift.
This question means nothing to me as I don't have a job or go to school.
The time you get up on a weekend is...
Earlier than a weekday. I like to fish/hunt/surf/run/row or get away for the weekend.
About the same time as usual, when I'm done sleeping I'm done sleeping.
A wee bit later, just enough to luxuriate in not having to get up.
Later, I need to catch up on the sleep that I don't get in the week.
Waaaay later, sometimes I don't get home from going out before I'd ordinarily leave for work.
Up or not, what's the earliest someone should call you on a weekend/day off?
Early as they want, I am up anyway.
After 8 is reasonable.
9 am is okay.
Anything before 10 is weird.
People shouldn't call me in the morning at all, duh.
Sometimes you don't actually sleep when you sleep in?
I get up a lot earlier if no one's with me.
I sleep in a lot later if I'm alone.
It really doesn't matter.
In other news, I had fun doing my Friends of Camp Mather stuff today, even though it got me up early. I sold like $600 worth of hot dog and lasagna plates for the cause. I forget how much I get out of being involved, but I'm tired now. ;-)
Also, random question someone on my friends list could probably answer ... did anyone ever throw parties at the County Fair building back in the day? It seems so perfect for it.