Sunday, March 09, 2008

Give it BACK

I want my hour back. "Losing" an hour-how is that ever good? Especially when you have little ones that deprive you of those hours, anyway?

I'll take my hour back, thank you.
The clock may say 1:15, but my body tells me 12:15.
So there.

9 comments:

Goren said...

Yes I want the hour back but we are saving soooooooo much energy by changing the clocks earlier than usual. Isn't it great?? lol.

I wish they would just let the time stay the same all year round :) and not move the clocks.

momwats8 said...

I am just spent - I want my hour back too!!!

Andrea said...

As a friend of mine said.. it's not right changing the clocks when it's '0' degree's out. I hate time change

Sue said...

this was all very confusing for Haleigh. She wants to know who said to do this! :0

Sharon said...

Sue-here is a kid-friendly link. I didn't really know the history of it, either. (except for the farmers part, which I had heard before).

Behind the Holiday
History of Daylight Savings

Goren said...

Well in addition to it being COLD out last night and changing the clocks I sat here with NO Electric :( as the areas power went out because of the high winds :(

Sue said...

we loved it! thanks. good info & facts.

Greg said...

I will go on record stating that I am NOT a fan of Daylight Savings Time. I prefer Standard Time--but why do we even bother calling it Standard Time anymore?? We only have it for 4 months a year now.

I'm moving to Hawaii or Arizona so I don't have to deal with it anymore.

Angie said...

We have only been doing daylight savings time for a couple years now (being in Indiana, which just adopted it), and it still feels very weird.