The funniest on that I remember is my mother-in-law fixing Sunday dinner at 12 noon every Sunday if anyone wanted to stop by. My brother-in-law and his wife went there the day after time change and were really hungry for dinner but they kept sitting and noticed my mother-in-law was too and they didn't smell any food and after awhile it just got to be too much and so they asked wasn't she fixing dinner and she said yes she was, at dinner time! The brother-in-law had set their clocks the wrong way! They had shown up two hours early. That story got repeated quite a bit with lots of laughs.
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I will admit that is aggravating and usually there is a clock somewhere I forget that messes me up at least once!
Yes, my car clock is just blinking now and is so distracting. With my husband's eye surgery, I will have to wait, as I don't have a clue how to fix it LOL
Well just punch some button til it stops blinking. That would drive me nuts!
Must be nice; lol, I seem to always be racing the clock!
Yeah and it proves how fast we can move when we think we have to! lol
That would be easier to remember; wouldn't it cause it seems after all these years we still have so much trouble with it at times.
It really is & to fix all those comfort foods! I know I hate being out in the dark too. I never go out at night. Course for years I did work at nights & loved summer nights but not winter! I know my body will get more rest. It might just save
Sure hope it does! 530am is too too early!
It does make the evenings seem a lot shorter! My kids were my alarm clock; they always woke up early...since they were born! lol
I have ran my legs off all summer too so it will be a welcome slow down for me too and my chickens will go to bed much earlier too so I can shut them in and get a longer evening for myself.
That would be nice..so really you will get more life than the rest of us huh?
Well I would have kept them little buggers on daylight savings time!
Good luck in your writing; does seem so hard to get time for that!