May 15, 2004
I am well aware that the morning, from the moments before I wake up, up until I eat lunch, is my idea time. This is probably normal. It is my hypnopompos, after all. In fact that is inaccurate. My ideas are not technically hypnopompic, because they are extremely rationally ordered. However, this makes perfect sense: the morning is when my reason is in greatest contact with my hypnopompos. This is a sensible theory to address my relative abundance of ideas in the morning as opposed to other times of the day. But the weird thing is: I think I also have an "idea time" around six-seven o'clock in the evening. More like seven o'clock, just before dinner. That's weird. Why does that happen?