Everything always seems strange for the first day of daylight saving and I can never keep straight which way the clock changed. I constantly have to repeat [in my head hopefully] "Spring forward, Fall back" to remember. Yes, motherbumper
Oh and those rat-b*stard smart clocks built into everything really confused matters. Half the clocks we have around our home download the time from somewhere out there *waves hand vaguely towards the window*, while all our simpleton appliances depend on my simian-at-best guesstimation of time. This creates a five-minute lag in time across our tiny two-bedroom apartment. Absolutely astounding.
Cripes, how can the tv be smarter than me? Real nice boost to my ego LG.
Somehow Bumper fell asleep at the dinner table tonight which made no sense so I'm blaming daylight savings. If she wakes up at the butt crack of dawn tomorrow, I'm blaming daylight savings. If it snows more tomorrow, I'm blaming daylight savings. Stub my toe? That's right - it was that intangible b*stard daylight saving.
Anyhow, now that my own personal plague has been downgraded to an inconvenient cough I'm able to keep my head upright for longer period of times. Which means if I had an hour, I could possibly make a dent in the 4000 bloglines that scream at me each time I dare look OR just maybe I could write an interesting post finally without the aid of my friend NyQuil.
Yes that's what I'd do if I had say, one hour of time to do such fun things.
No problem. I'll just freeze time - why not? I already caused a five minute wrinkle in time in my home... I'll just find a way to pause it.
Damn you, daylight savings.