Monday, March 14, 2016

Another reason to dislike time changes...

Had gone to bed and hadn't paid attention to the clocks, I will fix them in the morning...

Husband and I have digital clocks on either side of the bed.  I have one on my side because I can't see the one on his side unless I am standing.  He has one... Well, so he knows what time it is, I suppose, I rarely see him even glance at it.

Anywho.

I woke around 2:30, when a feline, who shall remain nameless, jumped squarely on my bladder.  After such an abrupt awakening, I decided a quick pit stop was highly necessary.  So, after said potty stop, I wandered back to the bedroom.  A quick glance over at Husband's clock...

3:34.

Huh?  Did I fall asleep?  I couldn't have taken THAT long...

Early morning is not the best time to parse out that he'd fixed his clock before going to bed...

But it gave me a few minutes of cat petting while I worked it out, so it wasn't all bad.


8 comments:

  1. What i hate is that half of the clocks reset themselves, the other half do not, and i have to work out which is which and not change the wrong ones.

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    1. Yes, or I "fix" the clock, forget to tell husband, and he "fixes" the clock, thereby having the clock 2 hours off. That was an interesting bit...
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  2. Before the time change - the clock battery had died, so the clock wasn't saying any time. He replaced battery and set time a few weeks ago and we got used to checking for the time on it. The time changed, but the clock hasn't been reset. Now, we are doing the math every time we look at the clock instead of him resetting the time.

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    1. On our old TV, you can't change the time, so I have to do that, too!

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  3. Lately, my bladder seems to be the size of a peanut. A cat jumping on me in the middle of the night could have dire consequences.

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    1. Trust me, it can be more exciting than I like...
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  4. This "spring forward" time change always causes me an adjustment period. Getting up at 5:00 AM shouldn't feel like it's 4:00 AM but it does. Not getting tired until 11 PM (but really that's my old 10 PM) isn't helping the early rise time either. I did a post way back when about my lack of enthusiasm for daylight savings time.

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    1. Yes, I 'slept in', but woke at my regular time, this makes it rather disconcerting to deal with my day when I feel like I am playing catch up. I don't think that the time change makes me "tired", but it sure can make me look lazy!
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