Monday, March 2, 2015

Daylight Savings Time

I can not believe we're going back on daylight savings time this weekend.  We just went off of it barely 3 months ago.  Why bother, just move us all up an hour and leave us there.  It grumbles me and I don't have to really adjust to it like I did when we were working.
It was up in the 70'a here today.  Would have loved to have gotten out in the yard to do a bit of work, but the yard is soggy from all the rain we've had.  This is going to be a yo-yo week, all the way up to 80 by Wednesday and then only to 50 on Thursday.
Trying to find my Easter decorations, but I've got them well hidden I guess, found my Easter tree and nothing else so far.  Is there anything tastier than a Reese's Peanut Butter Easter Egg?

8 comments:

  1. I'm with you. I wish they would leave the time alone. I like the longer evenings, but back and forth!! ugg.

    I am also with you on peanut butter easter eggs. Yummy.

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  2. Something is seriously wrong with this daylight savings business. There's nothing to save in winter, anyway; leave it ahead and be done.
    I have a friend who "falls back" OK, but springing ahead upsets her biological clock so badly she takes a week off work to ease in. As in, vacation time.

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  3. Arizona never changes it clocks !
    I love living in the mountain time zone.

    cheers, parsnip

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  4. Our clocks will go forward at the end of March, I do wish they would leave them there then, it makes such a difference having that extra hour of daylight.

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  5. Our clocks don't spring forward for another three weeks - I too think it is a silly idea.

    I rather like the sound of that Peanut Butter easter egg - p.b. is just not as popular here as it is in the US.

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  6. Our clocks don't change until the end of March, ages yet! We really do notice the difference in the amount of light here and so I am glad for the changes, but I nearer the equator - as you are - it makes less difference doesn't it, further north - we are on the same latitude as Canada - it makes a bit difference! xx

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  7. Thank you, my friend, for your encouragement to keep blogging. I've decided to stick with it. At least for now. Trying...

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  8. Studies have shown that DST doesn't save energy, which was the original purpose. I hate the changes. :(

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