Good ole' Maxine!,,,This time change is harder to get used to than the extra hour of sleep in the fall,,,wish i was in Mexico right now instead of Montana,,,,lolol,,,,,I saw the Photo of your dog and forgot to comment on how pretty (she?) is!,, Hope your doing good!,,,sis
He is a 'he', LOL. Well, make that an 'it'... we're responsible pet owners.
I can't complain too much about waiting 3 more weeks for Daylight Savings Time, it stays light here right now anyway til about 7 pm, since we're closer to the equator. Of course, we don't get those wonderful long summer days midsummer, either!
I love that limerick. I haven't work a watch since I went out on disability on Dec. 23rd. I usually don't know what time it is, and I hardly ever know the date! Of course, due to the brain fog - sometimes I don't even remember what month it is!!
I think I'm already ahead, by as much as 2 hours... I keep my computer on eastern time so I know what time it is where my kids are, tho I'm now on central... and since MX won't be on daylight time til April 4, it's a 2 hour difference. Weird how just glancing at a number regularly thru a day can change your mindset so quickly.
Otherwise I don't wear a watch either! haven't since I moved here. It's been wonderful! In fact I'm not even sure now where it is, LOL.
One more poem... this time, very lyrical:
Daylight Savings Time
by Robert L Ferrier
O great thief of sleep
destroyer of body rhythms
deceiver of appetite
despoiler of disposition
archangel of missed sermons
honor the mold of our ways
respect the sleep of cats
defer to nature’s shadows.