Daylight Saving Time

Don’t forget, most of us living in the United States will be turning our clocks forward Saturday night. And while losing an hour of sleep is never one of my favorite things, I don’t mind admitting that I’m very much looking forward to the neighborhood being a good deal brighter outside at 6:50 PM next week.

Who’d have thunk that at almost 41 years old, I’d finally have an opinion on Daylight Saving Time.


PS: Don’t forgot to check your smoke detector batteries this weekend, too!

One thought on “Daylight Saving Time

  1. Morning coffee consumption will rise exponentially as our bodies react badly to our brains telling them it’s an hour later than what their circadian rhythm says. “Get back in line, body! You’re not the boss of me!” 🙂


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