Day Light Savings Time


Usually it doesn't bother me, but this year it's been tough.

I think, mainly, because I've been sick. Not anything life-threatening, just the yucky cold that's been going around. 

I managed to get up on time to go to church and teach Sunday School. Smaller class than usual, because not everyone made the switch easily. And yes, I stayed for church, went ot lunch with family, and then home to collapse and rest on the couch.

We watched a couple of episodes of a series that neigther of us particularly like, but it's rather compelling. The main characters are not nice, and I think we like to see them get their come-uppance. Then we watched a Lifetime movie--this one was about a baby stolen from the hospital and not reunited with her real parents until she was an adult with a child of her own. Interesting.

Because I didn't feel well, I didn't touch my computer which meant I had a lot of catch-up to do today.

When I checked this blog I realized the person scheduled for today didn't send her material. Since I  like to have something new every two days, I decided I'd better write something. So here it is.

If your state does daylight savings time, how do you feel abou it?



Thonie Hevron said…
I feel much the same as you, Marilyn! I slept in this morning and missed over an hour of writing time. Darn, now I'll have to sit down at the keyboard during the beautiful California afternoon we shall have today. I'm blessed, no matter how you look at it!
Marja said…
I live in Arizona where the time never changes. I love it! However, it sure causes problems when we do anything in Nevada (we're right across the river from Nevada). Thankfully, both states are on the same time now. : )

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