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Turning back the clock

Saturday, November 05, 2011


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LINOVER 11/8/2011 2:30PM

    It always takes my dog at least a month to adjust her built-in alarm clock that tells her when it is dinner time! Now she barks and barks around 5pm insisting on having her dinner!

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PUGRAD1995 11/7/2011 9:41PM


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HOPEFULSNAIL204 11/6/2011 6:13PM

  Thank you for your comical reminder! Blessings emoticon

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CATHOLICCORGI 11/5/2011 7:38PM

    I just want my 4 legged alarms to not wake me up at 4:30 am! LOL!
My body never is comfortable with DST. I wish they would just leave it alone...
I'll be 56 in December, and I like my age now much better than at 20... I'm like Maxine... I say what I think more now, and I usually get away with it...LOL!

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BONSTERBONNIE 11/5/2011 4:46PM

    The time change is a pain in the neck. My cat is also confused. Fortunately he lives outside. My husband hates it because we live on property that has considerable maintenance required. By the time he gets home it is dark. He's an "outdoors" kind of guy.

I personally hate seeing schoolchildren getting off buses in the evenings with evil people lurking around. Frightens me for them. I pray for their safety.

LUVSBULLDOGS: I don't think my clock could rewind enough for me. Probably break the spring in it (do they still have springs)? LOL!

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LUVSBULLDOGS 11/5/2011 4:13PM

    Bonnie, how many times would we have to go around to get back to 20? Like in the time machine?

Hope your having a great fall. Good luck with your weight loss and congratulations for your loss since July. Good job. emoticon emoticon

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DEMETERSCO 11/5/2011 3:08PM

    We don't have daylight savings time in Arizona either - but we go from PST to MST when everyone else changes their clocks. I didn't know Hawaii didn't change either.

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LAC936 11/5/2011 2:42PM

    Ugh another clock reset. It wouldn't be so bad but my cats have their own built in alarm clock and when it's 7am (which will now be 6am), they'll be doing a dance on my head to wake up. LOL this will go on for a week or so.

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BONSTERBONNIE 11/5/2011 2:38PM

    ARNETTELEE: Interesting about Hawaii. Never gave that a thought. Sometimes modern conveniences can be inconveniences for others.


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BONSTERBONNIE 11/5/2011 2:35PM

    How many of us wish we could do this? How many mistakes we would avoid, right? Like eating too much? I'm fighting that right now. I've lost 21 lbs since mid-July. Have lots more to go but I'm determined.

How about you?

Happy Fall Everyone!

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ARNETTELEE 11/5/2011 2:35PM

  We don't have daylight savings time in Hawaii.....however, my clock does that automatically, so I need to reset it to the correct time!

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