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    It's Daylight Saving Time Again!

    For those of you in areas that observe Daylight Saving Time remember to set your clocks ahead one hour before going to bed tonight.
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    This also a good time to change the batteries in your smoke detector.

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    Re: It's Daylight Saving Time Again!

    Thanks Unk, I almost forgot. Why is it that the night I lose an hour is the night I need the most sleep?
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    Re: It's Daylight Saving Time Again!

    Thanks for the reminder, Unk.

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    Re: It's Daylight Saving Time Again!

    Thank you for the reminder AND for writing the term correctly (not Daylight Savings Time)!

    We went out last night, so I changed the one clock/timer I needed for getting up this morning, and put post-its on everything else to change at my leisure.
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    Re: It's Daylight Saving Time Again!

    i only have one clock that i have to change manually ... everything else does it automatically.

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    Re: It's Daylight Saving Time Again!

    I just have to do the microwave clock, the stove clock, a clock in the family room and one in the bathroom. The rest automatically switch over.

    Now the one in my car.....I cannot figure it out unless I pull out the owner's manual and read how to do it every.single.time the clocks need to be changed.

    I love the extra hour of daylight. Here it is 6:30 and not a light on in the house. I hate when lights have to go on at 4 in the afternoon in the fall.

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    Re: It's Daylight Saving Time Again!

    i never bother with the microwave clock, because especially during the summer storms, when the power flickers, it resets, so i just quit fussing with it. not to mention, i'm never in the kitchen long enough to care what time it is.

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    Re: It's Daylight Saving Time Again!

    Quote Originally Posted by barefootdyke;3374617;
    i only have one clock that i have to change manually ... everything else does it automatically.

    Same here.

    I usually ignore the microwave and stove until my daughter gets annoyed and changes them herself....does that count as automatic, too?

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