Tonight’s the night we get an hour to do what we want with!
Win some- lose some. This time it’s our loss!
Rural humour is good humour – The Basin is just down the road from us
Yes, we’re far enough from the city to have a Volunteer Fire Brigade
And that little change in the clocks means pleasure for some – misery for others
Summer time is on its way 😎😎
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for me it’s a complete body jumble as my internal clock gets the day off to a poor start and at times my refuelling habit as well…takes a few few weeks, but also the seasonal change gets into the action…
but then I like that I can stay out longer at the end of the day – well I did, not sure right now as bus hopping around the region isn’t a little less easy right now. Yes we have freedom but it’s not guaranteed…
We start it too early and we continue it for too long.
My body clock does not like the adjustment at all.
Love that sign.
Love the sign – we don’t change clocks for another few weeks but “Fall Back” is never fun. I prefer “Spring Forward” next March.
Four months would do nicely, yes please.
What a great sign. We have to wait until the end of the month but it means an extra hour in bed!
We don’t switch our clocks back, or forward, here in Queensland. And I hope the status quo remains.
Have a good weekend, Cathy…I hope it’s going well for you so far 🙂
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Oh, my jealousy gene just jumped in—summer, I love summer, and ours is over. Sigh. Also, we don’t change our clocks back to standard time for another month. I hate getting up in the dark.
I hate the stolen hour and I never really appreciate the gained hour in a few months time. But I do like daylight saving.
It is funny (good downunder humour), but I’m not giving up 4 months of my life for anyone, not even the next 4 months (and especially not summer months). It hasn’t been the most fun time in my life but if I had to choose between pandemic and war ….. I know, we’d rather not have either, but wars are manmade and we’ve no effective way of stopping those, so what makes us think we can stop nature? A reminder from time to time of our place in the scheme of things probably isn’t a bad thing, and maybe we’ll come out of this with a stronger determination to do something meaningful about the manmade damage we are inflicting on the world and each other.
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