Pakistan will end its daylight saving time (DST) at midnight (00:00) between Saturday, October 31, and Sunday, November 1, 2009, which will see the clocks move back by one hour. Lucky me, I can sleep another hour in morning.Waking up very early to prepare the kids for school in cold season is really a big problem for me because I am lazy to get up.Anyhow, I'm thankful that summer is over.This summer was the worst, as load shedding (brownouts) was every other hour, due to power shortage that this country is facing.What I've heard, the government decided to start DST on April 15 and end DST on 1st November on an annual basis.
Yes, Hillary Clinton is here in Pakistan, since yesterday.Her visit was not announce for security reasons.I only knew today because I saw her in TV having a dialogue with students here in Lahore.Go here for more news about her 3-day visit.
While walking around Minar-e Pakistan yesterday, I saw this man selling flowers.He caught me trying to take his photo, so he walked faster,and I was so slow, I just managed to capture half of the flowers. :)