Someone better climb up there and move the hour hand up.
working drinking off your 600 lb. cake hangover, remember that the clock jumps from 2 a.m. to 3 a.m. tonight. Out with Standard Time, and in with Daylight Savings! That means one fewer hour of sleep, one fewer hour of studying tomorrow, and a 50% chance that spring might actually come. Try not to miss ALL of your meetings on Sunday.
This was probably taken at, like, 8 p.m. during Daylight Savings.
It’s finally here: Daylight Savings Time, a.k.a. the most wonderful day of the year. Starting
Saturday night Sunday morning at 2 a.m., the clock jumps forward an hour, which means we get 60 whole minutes more of sun in the day. If you’re groaning now about losing an hour of sleep tonight, it’ll soon fade in your memory when you’re still frolicking in the sunshine at 6:00 Sunday evening. New England’s dragging its heels, but spring’s a-comin’.