Saturday, March 7, 2020

Finally!

Finally, Daylight Savings Time is here; a return of the light!! We lose an hour of time, but it is well worth it to me. How many of you look forward to it, too?






“Sometimes I feel that life is passing me by, not slowly either, but with ropes of steam and spark-spattered wheels and a hoarse roar of power or terror. It's passing, yet I'm the one who's doing all the moving. I'm not the station, I'm not the stop: I'm the train. I'm the train.”
 ~Martin Amis






14 comments:

Nancy Chan said...

Time seems to fly too quickly and I feel that I am not doing much with the time I have.

Chatty Crone said...

This is funny - I set my clocks about an hour ago - BEHIND an hour - took a cap nap - realized I should have sent them forward - so now I lost two hours! lol

Agnieszka Mikołajczyk said...


Time is a universal concept that allows us to measure the time of our school work and other activities, but do we need it for anything?
The unification of time does not need, but the knowledge of faith, touch and the practice of what we have learned, awakening with understanding, integration and ascension in the spiritual action that is knowing and emanating in us will allow us to experience and feel the spiritual feeling of acting in us. Pictures very beautiful.

Hootin' Anni said...

Thing is, the sun is still there and rises and sets, no matter. It's all about the clock. It dictates what we do.

MadSnapper said...

this time change is horrid for us early birds. I just said to bob, we always walk Big at 6:30 or 6:40 now we will have to wait until 7:30, because it will not get light until then, this means we are walking in the traffic of people going to work. we don't mind losing the hours but we despise the fact we were driving home from the Y in breaking daylight and now it will be dark. we have to come in and wait an hour before we can walk the dog. I see what Annie said and that is true, same amount of daylight, it is the clock that makes the difference. even though Florida voted to stop changing the time back and forth, the federal govt says no, we can't.

Carol said...

Yes, I also feel as the train that is running down a track at full speed. I am looking forward to camping and longer days.

photowannabe said...

Yes Time does seem to be zooming by at break neck speed.
How did I get to be so Old??
I do absolutely love the lighter evenings. I just wish they would leave it that way. I dislike turning all the clocks back and forth!

Rose said...

I am not a big fan of it...I can live with it, but would prefer not to.

Sandi said...

I'm the train!

Well, that puts things in perspective, doesn't it?

Thanks for your comment on the video I posted. He's Russian.

Carla from The River said...

I am not a fan Ginny. I would like to pick one time and just leave it alone.. it drives me batty changing the clocks. And I get crabby loosing my hour of sleep.
Ha Ha Ha!

Ann said...

I'm not really crazy about it. Not only do I hate losing the hour of sleep but I go to bed early and I hate going to bed when it's still light out.

Ruth Hiebert said...

To me it's six of one and half a dozen of the other. Either we have the daylight in the morning or in the evening . I just wish it would stay one way all year round.

Tamago said...

I like it’s still bright outside when I come home from work. And it seems easier for my kitties to adjust to earlier meal time. They are not very happy to get their meals late when we fall back :-)

DeniseinVA said...

I always enjoy the lighter mornings, good for those who have to travel to work. This reminds me I need to go change my old clocks.

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