Twenty-seven years ago today, God blessed me with another son. I can’t believe how fast the time has gone by. I am so lucky to be his mother. He fills me with love and pride as I see the man he has become. And this year, on November 16th, he will be getting married and presenting me with a daughter, Jess, who my husband and I love and consider her our daughter.
Happy Birthday Mark!!! I Love You!!!
You will always be my baby!
This week’s question:
Clocks change this weekend here in the US, which means one less hour to read … does anybody else begrudge that hour like I do? Wish the Powers That Be would just pick a time-frame and stick to it instead of inflicting clock-driven jet lag on an innocent public twice a year?
(Yeah, so not a question so much about reading … except, of course, you do need to use your electric light to be able to read, so the hour it gets dark IS relevant!)
I agree. I understand some of the reasons, such as it being dark when children are waiting for buses to transport them to school, but wish that the time changes be done with. I don’t know about you, but it takes me at least a week for my internal clock to adjust. And I find that, during the winter when it gets dark at 4:30pm, makes the evening seem so much longer. I am very much looking forward to the longer sun filled days.
What about you? Does the time change affect you in any ways? Do you wish that changing the clocks be abolished?