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Spring forward.

Posted by west_gardener (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 9, 14 at 7:19


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RE: Spring forward.

I reluctantly did, the computer and the cell-phone insist. the other clocks say "whatever" - it sure is late earlier


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I have not changed our clocks yet, but I'm already confused.


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  • Posted by mwheel East. WV-Z.6 (My Page) on
    Sun, Mar 9, 14 at 13:05

Lilo, you got it exactly right! My bedtime is usually ten o'clock--suddenly it was eleven o'clock. I had lost an hour's sleep just by turning the clock ahead. Unfortunately, it was also a night where I couldn't fall asleep, so lost another two hours! When it came time to get up and get ready for early church--it didn't happen. Thank goodness, the service was shown on our computer, so I was able to attend without attending.

I can sense a nap in the next hour and an early bedtime, tonight.


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RE: Spring forward.

As early riser, summertime is not to my liking. Get up when it is dark and go to sleep with the sun still up. Gain one hour of daylight - I looses one.


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lol, anneliese, I can identify.


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mwheel, you're not alone. The other night, I looked at the clock it was 11:30, then it was 1:30, then 2:30, and then, a moment later, it was 3:15?! All night long, I watched the time. Seeing it change officially? weirdness! I love the sun being up later, but really don't like getting up in the dark! Dang it. We just got back to sun being up when I was on my way to work. Didn't have to have the headlights on or worry about the boy at the bus stop.


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