This Sunday, at 2:00 in the morning, American's will turn their clocks back by one hour.
While the thought of getting an extra hour of sleep may seem appealing to many of us, turning clocks back does have some drawbacks.
~ If you are like us, and have more than one watch, it can be hard to remember which watch you already adjusted the time for. This can result in being an hour early or an hour late to your appointments.
~ Do you still have a VCR? Yep, gotta adjust that too.
~ Say so long to eating dinner while it is still light out.
~ In another month, it'll be dark before 5pm.
~ Overall, adjusting every single flippin' clock, watch, appliance etc. is a total pain in the butt.
However, there really are some good points to turning your clock back an hour.
~ You get an extra hour of sleep (okay, so you have to pay for it next April).
~ You can to start your day in daylight...for a while.
~ We are one step closer to the holidays.....good or bad?
~ And now Swedish researchers say that turning your clock back can be good fo...
Okay, so why do we even have to mess with the time anyway? Maybe we should just set our clocks back a half hour and leave it there forever. Getting the world to do this would be kind of like making everyone go metric. Oh 'weight' a minute.....Metric wasn't embraced that well in the U.S. We still use our inches and feet.
Guess I'm getting an extra hour to get caught up with my laundry on Sunday.