I also happen to think that artificial light isn't all that good for us. We force our bodies to get out of sync with our internal clock and lose touch with the natural rhythms of the planet. When I was a child in "Ye Olde English Village" we only had one street light in the whole place. It was put up as a safety measure at the only intersection. Two weeks later an oldtimer rode his bike into it. He said he had been confused by the glare. We were all so used to navigating by starlight.
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I will have no trouble turning the lights off at 8:30pm and keeping them off. I have to rise at dawn to set up a table at the flea market. (Queensland Community Centre, 8am to 3pm). I'm selling part of my late mother in law's doll collection. There is no room for them at B.M.F. We have already given over a hundred to social services. I was reluctant to approach them, the staff have so much to do already, but they were pleased. The dolls will be given to children when they are taken into care (this just about breaks my heart).
Some more went to the daycare. This was before I saw Toy Story 3.