Time Is On My Side…

Your smart phone is exactly that…smart.

No need to change anything manually yesterday in celebration of Daylight Savings Time. It magically self corrected.

Curious as to when there is going to be a smart microwave, vintage car and stove clock fairy who does that job for you.

I am just asking since every other time device has been magically updated.

I sprang forward with pure delight yesterday.

Daily Savings Time is a treasure which should be instituted all year round.

Arizona never abandons DST and is one of the only good governmental decisions the state of Arizona has made.

When the weather is inclement and darkness descends at 4:30pm in winter it’s depressing.

Daylight Savings Time brings out the kid in you…we can still play outside until it gets dark.

2/3rds of Americans want to keep Daily Savings Time all year round…the people have spoken, but fear not, Congress will find some way to side step the popular consensus.

Sunday we sprung up and out.  We hit up the local farmers market and bought fruit and veggies.

The stalls were empty as most people were a bit off schedule as body time clocks do not adjust as easily.

Did you know Daylight Savings Time was first used during World War I as part of an effort in the United States and other warring countries to conserve fuel?

In theory, using daylight more efficiently saves fuel and energy because it reduces the nation’s need for artificial light.

I am all about following the light.

Early yesterday in Malibu we witnessed a whale romping in the Pacific, tooting its horn and endlessly spouting.

It’s the little things in life that rev your engine and bring peace and joy into your day.

Follow the sun and preserve the Daylight!

And breaking sports news…a bright light appeared to me at 9pm PDST last night when it was announced that Yankee catcher, Gary Sanchez, was traded to the Minnesota Twins…don’t let the door hit you on the way out, Gary.

That news definitely lit up my life.

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