And Speaking of Changes — Wednesday, October 14, 2020

Soon it will be time for the “TIME CHANGE”, which is always a wrench in the cog-wheel of time

If you look closely you can see the school bus making its way, picking up children in the pre-dawn light.

When the time change comes along, this scene will switch.

Then a person can see the bus coming up the hill (instead of down) after dropping off children from school…heading back to the bus barn in the near-dark.

They really need to just let the time stay the correct time…it works ever so much better for everyone.

Just say’n.

Your friend on a western Colorado farm,

Linda

23 thoughts on “And Speaking of Changes — Wednesday, October 14, 2020

  1. I agree, and here in Queensland, we stay on proper time, unlike the poor ‘Mexicans’ south of the state border, who have to change twice a year. We are closer to the equator, so the variation of day length is less; for us, it makes sense to stay on natural time.

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  2. Actually the current time is the incorrect time, we are on Daylight Savings time right now, and the idea was to save electricity during the WW II. When we go off of daylight savings time..soon. We will be on the actual correct time. Arizona and Hawaii are the only states who do not change to daylight savings time.

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  3. They seriously need to quit messing with the time. It screws up body clocks and, during the summer, overhead sun is at 1p instead of the normal Noon. It makes me want to scream.

    So, you’ve got kids going back to school? I thought all kids were being forced to stay home and do online studies.

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