Last Saturday night, I scurried around the house turning all my clocks forward for Daylight Savings Time and warning my husband and kids that they would be losing an hour of sleep. We dutifully pulled our covers up under our chins by 10:30 (now 11:30!-or so we thought-go to bed!). The next morning, March 3, when I rousted everyone to get up for their Sunday activities and then discovered that Daylight Savings occurs, in fact, this coming this weekend, on March 9, I was not a popular mom. "The good news is you are starting your morning bright and early," I said sheepishly. Groans all around.
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Who out there likes Daylight Savings Time? Anyone? Anyone? Bueller? Not the citizens of of Arizona or Hawaii who never adopted the practice. Nor the citizens of the Twitterverse, who have been griping about it since at least last weekend when I checked out the hash tag, AbolishDayLightSavings (#DownWithDST is also a popular callRead More »from March 9 is Daylight Savings Time (Cue Music from 'Jaws')