Janet's Undead Thread v3.0

Daylight Savings Time

I'm thinking that maybe next year I'll simply refuse to acknowledge it as far as possible.

I mean, I'll acknowledge it where I have to, but not operate on it where I don't. If the rest of the world wants to change its schedule--for instance, if St. Lawrence wants to have the Sunday evening Mass at 4:30 instead of 5:30--I can adjust.The only question is whether my employer will let me move my work hours forward by an hour.


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I with you--100%.

I do not seem to be able to adjust at all this year.


Same here. I just can't seem to wake up at what my body apparently still believes is 5:00--I'm in really deep sleep then. I don't remember it being so difficult before. I would wonder if age is the problem, but since you're having it, too, that must not be it.:-)

That was a question addressed to the aether. However, you are free to jump in as you wish.


How did THAT happen? I don't even know how I got in this thread.


No idea. But it's always a funny effect when a comment thread jumps twelve years into the future. Not what we usually mean by "time change" but maybe you stumbled onto something.

It is strange that this is a time change thread. For the first time ever, I have been able to use the Fall change to get back on track.


Because you "gained an hour" and put it to good use?

I was staying up too late and sleeping to late so when the time changed, I didn't, and now I am doing everything an hour earlier.


Good thing it was not the spring change.

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