Oh no - does that mean you get dinner an hour later?
I'm just now getting use to Daylight Savings. It generally takes me at least 2-3 weeks. I wish they'd quit doing it altogether!
Here it's finally getting lighter in the morning again, after our switch to daylight savings. It's nice to have the extra light in the evening, but our human's up by 4AM anyway, so she prefers to have it lighter in the mornings!Take heart, Poppy, in a few months we'll all have the solstice and you'll start getting more daylight again, whereas we'll be losing it.
I guess it will be dark earlier, too!
When we lived in Queensland there was a big debate about daylight savings. There was a lady on the radio who was arguing against it because the extra hour of daylight would make her curtains fade faster. I don't think she really understood what daylight savings was.Enjoy the last bit of late sunshine, ladies.
Get that light now while you can!
We don't have daylight savings time where we live. We've got too much sunlight already! We are cooking today at 84F/29C. Supposed to be 90F /32C tomorrow! What will we do when summer comes?
So does this mean it will get darker earlier, Poppy?
Toward the end of the month I try to visit some other blogs other then what I call my “Coffee pals”I just came over from “Daisy”Dear poppy I live in northern part of the united states in the state of Idaho. Our daylight saving time is really gaining time. The sun here goes down a after 6:30 in the evening. Last time I figure it out we are getting about 11 hours of sunlight. One reason I live by the Canadian border. Hope some time you can stop in for a cup of coffee..I have two cats Ziggy and Rosie plus there pet dog “Daisy”