Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Daylight Savings change


Our daylight savings changed at the weekend. As it is autumn here in NZ, our clocks went backward, so it is a bit lighter in the morning, but dark when my mum gets home. This week it is warm though, but the skies are grey and there are stormy winds.

Mum says it is time for the Easter bunny to come and visit, and he will have to find her at work cause she will be working again. when he visits. We hope you all have some nice plans for the weekend.

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  1. We hope the Easter Bunny doesn't get lost in the dark, all confused because of this change! ; )

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  2. We hope the Easter Bunny brings you some nice stuff.

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  3. We had the same thing with daylight savings Poppy but nobody told me so I thought it was dinner much earlier.

    I hope you get an easter bunny of your very own.

    Huffle Mawson

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  4. We do not enjoy daylight savings. Just when we get use to it, it changes. We think the Easter Bunny will find your Mom, because he is a professional!

    -Gandalf and Grayson

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  5. Our grandad is most upset about the change. He misses his bit of daylight to finish the day.

    If the Easter bunny leaves your mum's eggs at home while she is at work, make sure not to nibble on too many, Poppy ;)

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  6. I hope the Easter Bunny brings me the peeps that are outside my window! Maybe he'll bring you some, too.

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  7. With us is also summertime !!
    The eater bunny brings you al lot PoppyQ....... nice stuf to eat and for playing yippieeeeeeeee......

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  8. Poppy Q you are so cute!
    We wish you a great Easter!
    Kind Regards
    Luna and mommy Léia

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  9. It's been very cold and rainy here.Yet we're suppose to have sun for Easter.Mom hopes so as she's going to Church and dinner with her parents.Have a great weekend....Hugs

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  10. Time changing confuses many of us and our humans! We are watching the bunny in the back yard to make sure he isn't the Easter Bunny!

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  11. We get so confused about Daylight Savings Time! Mom kind of likes the one in the fall because she gets an extra hour - but she doesn't like it when it gets dark so early.

    Hope you get something really good from the Easter bunny :)

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  12. Wow we just turned our clocks forward, not it is dark in the morning and light in the evening. We have lots of snow today, so sad. Hope you have a great day. =)

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  13. I was not happy with the daylight savings change as it meant I got my dinner an hour later.

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  14. I hope the Easter Bunny finds your mum! She deserves a big basket of treats for all her hard work.

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  15. It seems weird to be talking to someone who has Easter in the fall. Mom says she never really thought about it, other than that Christmas was in the summer for you. I guess it's what you know, and grow up with. But it is cool talking to you down under.

    :)

    Roxy

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  16. We got our hour back last weekend, too. Lucky for Kate (!), it means that I wake up for breakfast and my day release at 5.30am (ish) instead of 6.30am(ish).

    Hope you and your mum have a lovely Easter. Hope the Easter Kiwi brings you a million treats.

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  17. The time change is hard on this household. Everyone gets all upset and cranky over it! We hope that Easter Bunny finds his way ok!

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  18. Ours went back the other day, we now get up really early in the morning to make the most of the daylight hours. Of course being a cool cat I was up already - it's more for those lazy humans who like to sleep when it's dark. FAZ

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  19. Happy Easter to you and your mum, Poppy.

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