Time for bed

@Happy2BeMe (71063)
Canada
November 4, 2017 9:55pm CST
The clocks are set back, the batteries in the fire alarms are changed, it is time to go to bed. Do you change the batteries in your smoke alarms when you change your clocks? We get an extra hour to our weekend. Enjoy your extra hour of mylotting!! Bye for now.
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@LadyDuck (131277)
• Switzerland
5 Nov
I do not change the batteries in our smoke alarms when we change the clocks, they last longer than 6 months.
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@cacay1 (32329)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
5 Nov
@LadyDuck we do not have a smoke alarm at home. Dennis in NZ has a smoke alarm. One time I was scared for it sounded for I cooked something that ignited smoke.
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@LadyDuck (131277)
• Switzerland
5 Nov
@cacay1 We have one, it's to please the insurance company.
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@cacay1 (32329)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
6 Nov
@LadyDuck that also benefits them and the insured.
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• United States
5 Nov
The extra hour will only be good if Little Miss doesn't wake early! She did stay up until 9:30 so that extra hour of rest could happen!
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@Happy2BeMe (71063)
• Canada
6 Nov
I hope she slept in for you
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• United States
6 Nov
@Happy2BeMe she woke at 6:30 yesterday and 5:45 today. Oh I hate this time change.
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@Happy2BeMe (71063)
• Canada
6 Nov
@ElusiveButterfly ya that would be rough
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@JohnRoberts (45013)
• Los Angeles, California
5 Nov
Enjoy an extra hour of rest.
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@Happy2BeMe (71063)
• Canada
6 Nov
Thank you
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@JustBhem (26494)
• Davao, Philippines
5 Nov
Another day has come here, and have a good night. See you around here.
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@NJChicaa (33432)
• United States
5 Nov
Ugh I hate Daylight Savings Time! Enjoy your night!
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@paigea (21336)
• Canada
5 Nov
So you're glad that Day Light Savings is over for the year now? I like day light savings I like that sunlight after work.
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@NJChicaa (33432)
• United States
5 Nov
@paigea no it starts now.
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@paigea (21336)
• Canada
5 Nov
@NJChicaa my calendar says daylight saving ends.
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@andriaperry (38917)
• United States
5 Nov
Yes I do. Goodnight and enjoy your hour.
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@Happy2BeMe (71063)
• Canada
6 Nov
Thank you
@annierose (17415)
• Philippines
5 Nov
Good night and may you have a peaceful sleep. I just use my phone as my alarm clock. Sometimes it rings and sometimes not. I think I was just too lazy to check its settings before I go to bed.
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@Courtlynn (58680)
• United States
5 Nov
We do not change them until they need to be changed. Never knew people did when they changed the clocks.
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@Happy2BeMe (71063)
• Canada
6 Nov
They let you know when they are dying
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@Courtlynn (58680)
• United States
6 Nov
@Happy2BeMe yeah which is good. But even then people dont change them.
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@Happy2BeMe (71063)
• Canada
6 Nov
@Courtlynn ya I have been to a lot of houses where they don't even have batteries in them
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@peachpurple (12176)
• Malaysia
5 Nov
no fire alarm at home, no burglary alarm either, just locks and padlocks
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@Happy2BeMe (71063)
• Canada
6 Nov
That works good
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@peachpurple (12176)
• Malaysia
7 Nov
@Happy2BeMe as long as there are locked, should be safe and sound
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@paigea (21336)
• Canada
5 Nov
I guess we just make a point of checking that the smoke detectors are working.
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@Happy2BeMe (71063)
• Canada
6 Nov
As long as you check but then again most of them let us know when the battery is dying
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@JolietJake (45544)
• Olney, Illinois
5 Nov
I haven't changed my batteries or my furnace filter yet, I need to do both
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@Happy2BeMe (71063)
• Canada
6 Nov
You will have to get at it
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@cacay1 (32329)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
5 Nov
Have a nice sleep. We never care to set the clocks at home.Our eyes used to wake up at four in the morning.I just have beside me my mobile phone with a clock.
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@Happy2BeMe (71063)
• Canada
6 Nov
A lot of people do that now
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@Srbageldog (7052)
• United States
5 Nov
I don't change the batteries unless they need changing. Usually the alarms will start beeping when the batteries are low. I know they recommend changing them when you change your clocks, though.
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@Happy2BeMe (71063)
• Canada
6 Nov
Yes they do let you know
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• Ponce De Leon, Florida
5 Nov
Sleep well.
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@Happy2BeMe (71063)
• Canada
6 Nov
Thank you
• Ponce De Leon, Florida
5 Nov
Sleep well.
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