Midnight Snacks on Mars with Owls

The cool wind, fine moonlight, twinkling stars. You catch a peek of Mars now and then in the night sky and sigh for you love this time of night. Trees seem to sway in rhythm, almost singing to the moonlit skies and the cool breeze appears to serenade the scintillating stars as the wise owl looks on.

It’s that time again, when everyone is asleep, no one interrupts you, when you can actually hear your own thoughts reverberating through the cosmos, uninterrupted. Maybe, you’re tuned in enough to hear what the universe is saying to you, too. Yes, being a night owl has many perks.

The city one lives in has a completely different feel post 10 p.m. – it’s like a whole new place one yearns to explore. Forget pubs, try going to the beach or a park at night. Sigh. Few things are of such breathtaking beauty.

And, midnight snacks. Ah, midnight snacks are comfort food like none other. Whether it’s an orange or a yummy leftover chicken sandwich, few things are more satisfying than a delicious midnight snack! Also, enjoy your Mac n’ Cheese as you stream the newest episode of ‘The Big Bang Theory‘ or ‘Gossip Girl‘, internet speeds are awesome at night, try downloading 300 MB movies in less than fifteen minutes at any other time of day!

Some people find the night-time to be ideal for studying, writing (O Hai There!), reading, introspection, composing music (Chris Martin, A.R. Rahman) and what not! It is truly an exquisite time and, for all those morning birds missing out on all the action, fear not for an early riser and a late sleeper are not that many hours apart!

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