On Sunday, March 10 most of us woke up to Daylight Saving Time, which meant moving our clocks ahead one hour.
Which meant on Monday, if your normal get-up time was 6am, it would feel like 5am.
Which meant that someone came up with the idea of designating the Monday after Daylight Saving as National Napping Day.
On Monday, March 11, National Napping Day was all over the news:
I missed the stories.
I was busy.