Lazy Sunday

@1creekgirl (32669)
United States
March 13, 2022 10:59am CST
Let me say up front: I hate daylight savings time. Why can't we just leave it alone? It takes time for me to adjust and since I really like clocks, it takes a while to change them all in my house. But since this is the second Sunday of the month and we don't have church service, we watched Brian Biggers from Lamb's Chapel in Haw River, NC on TV while eating breakfast. His messages are so real and they're always backed up by scripture. Dale's napping, but plans to cook a catfish stew this afternoon. Did I tell you he got the report that his antibodies indicated he did have Covid previously? He's still tired a lot, but I see some improvement, praise God. Hope your Sunday is relaxing and peaceful. Any plans for today?
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@Juliaacv (68436)
• Canada
13 Mar
I just took a 20 minute nap and when I came back out of the bedroom, my hubby was sleeping. I had a phonecall which woke him.
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@1creekgirl (32669)
• United States
13 Mar
Sundays are perfect for naps.
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@Juliaacv (68436)
• Canada
13 Mar
@1creekgirl The Sundays after either time change are notorious for that around here. Our province of Ontario would stop the time changes IF they could get the province of Quebec on board as well as the state of New York. The Toronto Stock Exchange and the US Stock Exchange need to be in the same time zone apparently.
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@FourWalls (45710)
• United States
13 Mar
Thank God he is over covid! I’m with you, DST stinks. I could see the rationale for it long ago, but today the only thing daylight savings time does is make it light at 9:30 PM while people are binge-watching The Office or playing on their phones. So let’s go to standard time and stay there. I heard the European Union is considering abolishing it….hooray for them. Maybe we’ll follow suit!
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@1creekgirl (32669)
• United States
13 Mar
I sure wish the US would. How could we make that happen? Is it an individual state decision?
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@FourWalls (45710)
• United States
13 Mar
@1creekgirl — I think it is, because Arizona and Hawaii observe standard time all year. Indiana used to.
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@GardenGerty (146334)
• United States
14 Mar
I did not do all I intended, but I did have a relaxed day, and a little nap.
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@1creekgirl (32669)
• United States
14 Mar
Sounds relaxing!
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@JudyEv (282989)
• Rockingham, Australia
14 Mar
We don't have daylight saving here any more. Some of our other states do. The big project for today is making a cheesecake.
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@1creekgirl (32669)
• United States
14 Mar
Ooh, sounds yummy.
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@Ronrybs (16001)
• London, England
13 Mar
Me too, it is a relic from long ago and I think we can manage without it. Pleased to say I had a very quiet Sunday
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@1creekgirl (32669)
• United States
13 Mar
Glad to hear your Sunday is nice.
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@dodo19 (46204)
• Beaconsfield, Quebec
13 Mar
I didn't mind so much growing up, but now I find it's kind of annoying. I find it throws me off.
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@1creekgirl (32669)
• United States
13 Mar
It does seem to take longer to adjust every year.
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• Greece
13 Mar
I find the daylight savings a nuisance too. My problem is that my cats do not realise what is happening and they wake me up at cat time every morning for their breakfast. At present this is 7.30 a.m. An hour later or an hour earlier messes up their routine and my sleep. At 5.00 pm they are waiting by their plates for their evening meal and they behave very badly until they get it. Eventually they adjust but it takes a long time for them to change their routines.
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@1creekgirl (32669)
• United States
13 Mar
I know how they feel!
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@marlina (149173)
• Canada
13 Mar
I do not like the change of clocks either.
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@Gillygirl (47164)
• Sutton, England
13 Mar
I don't like the clocks going forward. Ours don't change until the end of March
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@RebeccasFarm (67449)
• United States
14 Mar
Yes I hope Dale is doing okay now Vicki. Hope you had a lovely Sunday. That is a most lovely photo. Real family love. Sunday was not too bad for a change here. Today, Monday, an issue to tackle for me with the slummers. Have a nice Monday Vicki.
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@1creekgirl (32669)
• United States
14 Mar
Hope things go well with the slummers today. The photo is Dale and Kristin, our granddaughter when she was little. We were traveling to Arkansas and stopped by a little stream. She loved it and cried when we had to leave!
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@moonandstars (60659)
• Zagreb, Croatia (Hrvatska)
15 Mar
i also hate when clock changes and see no improvements with it. glad that dale is better. well, my every sunday is lazy more or less so i can relate to that. i mean, it's not nothing bad, it's a day for resting
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@LadyDuck (400675)
• Switzerland
14 Mar
We are not alone Vicky, I hate daylight savings time, we will get it at the end of the month. I have a very hard time to adjust, why not let it alone? I hope your husband is recovering. My husband was tested just to check if he has antibodies and he has antibodies, but he has not been vaccinated and I have never seen him sick.
@LindaOHio (99577)
• United States
14 Mar
I personally like DST and hope that the bill passes to make it a permanent thing. I hope Dale is 100% improved soon. No plans for Sunday or today (Monday). Who is in the picture?
@jstory07 (122731)
• Roseburg, Oregon
14 Mar
Enjoy your meal and I hope you have a good day.