Thursday, March 10, 2016

this is how I feel about that


I'm moving to Arizona. Who's with me?

17 comments:

  1. You are so funny! I love it! You made my day with the dislike of DST and the grump! Whoo hooo!

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  2. My grandparents would never change their clocks. It did make their lives more complicated, though... "Grandma, do you mean 10:00 your time or our time?" :-D

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    1. Grandma G, I love that they just ignored DST. It's the principle of the thing. LOL

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  3. I hate the time change! HATE IT! I complain about for weeks. Twice a year. That's kind of fun though ;)

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  4. I say we start a petition and have it banned FOREVER!

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    1. Yes, annabelle, I'm first in line to sign.

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  5. Too funny! Thanks for the chuckle and I have to agree, it's a pain in the patooty!!

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  6. I agree. What is the point? Who ever thought this up, and I am sure I can find that on the internet, but who has time? ... well, that being said, I would like to meet this person and poke them in the eyes, both of them
    hate it hate it hate it.

    There, I feel a little bit better now.
    Happy week-end and just do what ever. be late, be early, we should not allow the clocks to rule our lives.

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    1. Rosemary, if you see them give 'em an extra poke from me. And also find whoever decided to extend the dates for DST a few years ago and pull their hair.
      I won't be late for church, but I won't be feeling very alert.

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  7. I live in Arizona, come join me! I don't have a single friend outside of Arizona who likes it. When I was a child Arizona did a trial year of it. Bedtime for me was 8:30, it was still light out until 9:30. It hot here, but we have air conditioning to fix that. So come join me!

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    1. Jennie, that's because it's an idea that has outlived its usefulness. Yes, we always had to tell our girls who complained about going to bed during daylight that it will be dark inside their eyelids. LOL

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  8. DITTO- I agree...I dislike the change of time in the spring or in the fall!

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  9. Well I have to work in an office all day long and can't get outside like some people so I love it, love it, love it! I can work in my flower beds, my garden and mow my yard after work and after supper is finished. So :-P LOL

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  10. Oh my goodness. I'm SO with you! Arizona or bust! (except the BOUS's {bugs of unusual size} might bother me a little....)

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