Good Morning...I always change my clocks sunday morning. When I got up this morning, my clock said 7:30 swo when I found out it's really 8:30 I fealt like I got to sleep in...BONUS !!!! Psst...St Patricks Day is Sunday March 17th. (Not the 14th) 1st Day of Spring is March 20th Also our 19th Anniv and Good Friday is March 29th Also my DH's 62nd Birthday An Eventful Month !!! ENJOY IT !!!!!
Hi!, So nice to hear from someone from Austrailia. I have been corresponding with two sisters from Tasmania for over five years that I met on the computer. They call me Mum. Just chatted with them Friday evening and we were comparing weather, hot there and freezing here. I will ask to be a Spark friend. I am back loosing weight and very excited. I must get ready for church. Missnuggy
MY PERSONAL MESSAGE TO EVERYONE IS TO LIVE, LAUGH AND LOVE AND DON'T FORGET TO DO UNTO OTHERS AS YOU WOULD HAVE THEM DO UNTO YOU.
Yep, today is the day. Before going to bed, change all timekeepers that are applicable if DST applies to where you live.
At 2am Sunday morning, the DST becomes 3am. So unless you're up at 2am, do it tonight.
I already changed the clock in my car, my wristwatch, and my bedside alarm clock (which is intentionally battery operated so I can't be booby trapped into oversleeping due to power fluctuations and outages).
I didn't change the time on the stove in the kitchen though.
Isn't it wonderful computers and cell phones auto-update?
Yes you're going to lose an hour sleep unless you go to bed early. I won't go early tonight, but I will tomorrow.
DST is tomorrow, St. Patrick's Day is Sunday the 17th, the first day of Spring is the following Wed the 20th, and the 29th is Good Friday. This is the Spring we've all been longing for, it's upon us, starting with DST tomorrow, so Celebrate Spring and be happy about DST!
Also remember to change batteries in smoke & CO detectors, and change your toothbrushes.
Edited by: CAROLFAITHWALKR at: 3/10/2013 (15:34)
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