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good grief.... darn time change!

Posted by OklaMoni (My Page) on
Wed, Nov 7, 12 at 6:54

My electricity flickered yesterday while I was at work. When I rest my clock in the bedroom, I used my wristwatch as a model. Darn it, I hadn't changed that one yet. (its the one on my bed shelf, that I wear when not at work)

I was just ready to leave for work, when I realized, it isn't light out yet.


I used last weeks time to set my alarm! Now I have an hour to kill. Should have, could have... really is the pits.

I should have set it to the correct time, and I could have slept another hour.


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RE: good grief.... darn time change!

Look on the bright least you aren't LATE for work.

RE: good grief.... darn time change!

It's always the clock in the car that gets me. I agree, better early than late. This whole time change thing is silly.

RE: good grief.... darn time change!

I don't know how to change the clock on my recently-acquired car.

Maybe I can blame it when I arrive late to a meeting, church, etc.

And ... it gets dark an hour earlier ... have you ever tried picking tomatoes in the dark?

ole joyful

RE: good grief.... darn time change!

Picking tomatoes in the dark is a hit and miss affair to avoid the green ones. However, at this time of year, I would not expect many green ones and all of them should be brought in since a little cold nip at night ends the plant anyway.

RE: good grief.... darn time change!

for a second, I thought I was late for work on Monday, because the sky was getting light...and a little panic set in..I have to open!

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