Spring Ahead

Back in November I talked about Falling Back and how much easier it is to adjust to when we set the clocks back.  Well, Sunday we are at it again, this time setting them ahead.  Okay, this should be fun.  Every year that Daylight Savings Sunday I dread because I really feel the loss of that one hour.  The whole week is thrown off, and it just feels like a constant state of tension because it can’t possibly be that late, can it?  Again forced to adjust to time change; this time not in a fun, give me more time way, but in a dreadful, take away time way.  Ugh, stop the insanity I can’t take it anymore.  One hour really does a lot of damage to the psyche, and it won’t be pretty.  Stay tuned to see how I survive.

Posted on 03/12/2011, in Life Bits, Light Side. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. I think daylight savings is really just another way to screw with the people… It saves nothing! I'm with you on this one girlie 🙂

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