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Discussion in 'Community Center' started by hulagrrl210, Mar 12, 2011.
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Daylight savings is tonight
Here in Arizona does not have observe daylight saving time. We are remains for a same time.
Don't know how I totally spaced on this. Got up this morning and didn't even realize my clocks were off. But then that happens to me on the road all the time anyway, so it was kinda like normal. I just figured that even though I was at home, that I must really just be somewhere else.
Can you help me with this stupid alarm clock?
EVERY time I have to reset my alarm clock, I have to get out the little instruction pamphlet, because I can't seem to remember the steps - harumph! Guess it's good I haven't lost the pamphlet..
Hawaii doesn't celebrate this holiday either, however almost all the flights to the mainland leave an hour earlier. Can be very upsetting to the routine. I've been VERY close to missing flights because the clock doesn't change but the schedule does.
On a separate note, dropped my husband off bright an early (and on time) for his trip to India this morning. Surprisingly everyone+ showed up for the 7:30 SMF-DEN - VDB anyone?
I looking into the prospect of resetting the clock to 1985 so I can see if I can mediate the whole David Lee Roth / Van Halen thing.
UGH, walking the dogs this morning was tough, very dark out !!
Living in a state that didn't change their clocks forever but do now, I have found that it is much easier to change the clock than change everything else (flight schedules, TV schedules, et al).