And I can’t figure out what time it is. If you’re not in the USA perhaps you don’t know what daylight saving time is. We just switched to standard time, but half my clocks have a gizmo in there someplace that tells them when it’s the day to change, but some of them are off by two weeks. I kind of trust my computer. Right now it says it’s 4:55 PM. I reset the clock in my car but it reset itself forward an hour. My wrist watch is right, but  I hate to have to wear it to bed.


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4 Responses to Monday

  1. Tom B says:

    Man o man, I am soo happy we don’t have to deal with that in Arizona.

    • Bud Grace says:

      I recall how the Tom and Ray Magliozzi on PBS would complain about the time change. They thought we should stay on Saving Time year round. During the Energy crisis, back in the 70’s I think, Florida stayed on Saving Time and right away a bunch of little kids were run over at their school bus stop. There’s good and bad in everything.

  2. Dave HS says:

    I have given up the tyranny of the wristwatch and find that still I arrive at the Early Bird Dinner in time.

    • Bud Grace says:

      I was off wristwatches for years. But I seldom go out without one these days. I have a 25 year old Seiko that keeps perfect time. I also have a Rolex Oyster that was
      Frau G’s dad’s. It loses 5 seconds a day. I had sent it in for servicing a year before. Cost over $2000. I sent it back and they said that 5 seconds a day is fine. Heck my old Timex took a lickin’ and kept on tickin’!

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