I'm not gonna lie.  I like it when it's light later.  Even though, I am forced to an early bedtime most days, on weekends, I love to spend time outdoors in my backyard.  We've been really working on getting it to be our family play place. We have a pool, which by the way is crystal clear (I'll share my secret later), we have several picnic tables, a playground with a slide, several kid toys like playhouses and slides, and a red barn shed.

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That being said, I have so much trouble with the ACTUAL time change.  The two or three days after the official start of Spring is almost traumatic for me. I cannot afford to lose another hour of sleep.  Being part of the morning show, I get up early.  Our alarm goes off at 4:15 a.m. each workday Monday-Thursday.  On Friday, I get a whole extra hour! I usually don't go to bed until 8:30-10 p.m., depending on how much housework I have left to do, or if I have to do some work from home (gasp). Thanks Dakota!

According to The Farmers Almanac:

Daylight Saving Time begins on Sunday, March 14, 2021, at 2:00 A.M.  On Saturday evening, our clocks need to “spring forward” one hour.

And, there it is.  All of those clocks that need to be changed.  I have been making a list, but almost always I forget one.  I think, I'm up to 11 Clocks so far.  And that's just because I haven't hooked up the two DVD players in my Living Room and Den.

So, let's take a count of clocks for this time change.  Just how many stinking clocks do you have to change for 2021?

PS: Secret for keeping my above ground pool clean all winter?  I float two chlorine keepers all winter.  We keep them full all winter and there you have it, a crystal clear pool.  Just have to vacuum and scoop leaves and we are good to go for Summer!

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