Sunday, March 9, 2014

spring forward (daylight saving time)

last night, or should i say this morning, we lost an hour of sleep. yep, it's that time again. the second weekend of march is here again. daylight saving time began at 2am and while i will enjoy more daylight hours, i do not enjoy losing sleep. BOL.



thanks to nola and sugar for hosting black and white sunday blog hop!

until we meet again my friends-

14 comments:

  1. I don't think I've seen a better reminder photo anywhere Bailey !!!!!! :)

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  2. Oh that is some serious thing going on , sleep is important :P

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  3. Yuck, I hate springing forward. We are still in Arizona, so we are exempt. For now anyway.

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  4. My Mom HATES this time of year! Barks and licks and love, Dakota

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  5. We love extra daylight but not mosquitoes that come with the warm weather! Take an extra nap today! Bark More, Growl Less Barking from the Bayou!

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  6. What a "timely" photo?

    --Woofs (and purrs) from Life with Dogs and Cats

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  7. We don't like it and since we are morning folks, we lost an hour for now. Not nice.

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  8. None of us enjoy losing any sleep but at least it doesn't mess with my dinner hour! Love Dolly

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  9. No DST here in Curaçao. Plenty of things to be grateful for, living down here, and this is one of them. Then again, I'm always jealous in October when you guys get that one hour back :) I do find it interesting that my dogs adapt to earlier/later sunrise and sunset without much of a hassle. They want their breakfast when the sun is about 30 degrees up from the horizon, they want their dinner with dusk. Simple living is the key, eh? ;)
    Guilie @ Life In Dogs

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  10. Love the pose. Definitely the right day to set your clocks back. We took a nap to make up for that lost hour. :)

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  11. Yes, but at first it's going to seem like you're getting dinner one hour early. Now that's a bonus!

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