I am, but just because I'm prone to something doesn't make it the best choice for me. Trying to find the balance between living within my bent and developing character to compensate for my tendencies is often a struggle for me.
Being in the midst of raising and education my 4 kiddos is definitely not conducive to being a night owl. However, I've had a hard time getting things done during the day for a few days now and the kitchen was scary, so I decided to take advantage of my get up and go and get some work done. I had quite a bit of fun w/my MP3 player doing laundry and cleaning. I even got a bit of a workout trying to choreograph some quicksteps to a Jody Watley song.
Instead of trying to get up for church, it's best just to stay up. Of course, I'll be napping
tomorrow,this afternoon, but I feel I've put a dent in the housework. The trick will be to go to bed at a decent hour tonight.
I've done a little research into circadian rhythms before, but had never looked for blogs about them. A Technorati search uncovered a some posts. One was an article citing some research about a connection between certain circadian rhythms and obesity, depression, bipolar disorder and addiction. Sounds more harrowing than simply being someone who likes to stay up late. Maybe I'll take a vacation to Dr. McClung's lab to make sure I'm just a night owl...unless she only studies mice.
One thing I need to do is get up at the same time every day. I'll get right on that, right after I get the TPS Reports done.
BTW, I also found a fun little page about the sounds different owls make. (I was trying to spell an owl noise correctly.)
Hey, I think I'm going to enjoy the sunrise now. :)