SOL Y2, D13: Daylight Savings Time

Time changes in the spring and fall don’t normally bother me. Yeah, it’s a little annoying to lose and hour of sleep and nice to gain one, but overall, I cope well and move on.

But not this year, for some reason. The entire day time has moved in an odd way. I think it’s one time and it’s an hour later or an hour earlier. I swear I got up with Blue at 5:00 the new time and before I realized it was after 6:00 and it did not feel like we’d been playing for over an hour.

My husband got home from work around 3:00 and we took Blue for a walk and gave him and bath and suddenly it was nearly 6:00.

Now as I sit and type this, it’s nearing 8:00.

What happened to today?  I don’t feel like any time was saved. In fact, quite the opposite.

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6 thoughts on “SOL Y2, D13: Daylight Savings Time

  1. I totally agree! This time change seemed to exaggerate the day. The morning seemed so long but this afternoon just zipped by. Weird. I love the way you juxtaposed the last two sentences.

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  2. I’ve found the last couple of years, I’ve been more sensitive to the “spring ahead” of March. I’m pretty sure it’s another sign that I’m getting old, but, who knows? 🙂 And I’d agree, I don’t think time was saved at all!

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  3. I love the last line about not feeling like any time was saved. I’ve never really analyzed or thought much about the term “daylight savings”. Hope tomorrow feels a bit more normal!

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