Daylight Saving Time begins in 2011 on Sunday, March 13, when most of the U.S. will "spring forward" from 2 am to 3 am. Do you miss the hour of sleep? Do you like having a later sunrise and sunset?
M. Sherman, AP
I like it.. Spring is here..
I like it. When the sun goes down before 5:00 and the power has gone off, it is hard to find the vodka.
Long, warm days means that I have time to do some serious work.
I enjoy the longer daylight but hate the hour lost but we all adjust after a week.
They should have daylight saving all year round.This way the government could tax the savings.
As always I get up when I please any way.. just nicer weather to hang out on the Patio..
It doesn't matter to me which way we go. What does matter to me is the constant changing back and forth. Supposedly it started to give the farmers more daylight in which to work? I dislike the changing part. Put it one way and leave it alone.
I am with NJoy I hate the going back and forth . I would like to see daylight saving time in place all year round . I hate when it is 4 - 4:30 PM and it is dark . Where I live we go with Chicago on the time change while some of the rest of the state does not . So I am on the same time as Louisiana for example but on a different time than Lafayette and South Bend which is on my own state . Seems I am always allowing for an hour difference especially with horse shows , clinics , lessons , ect .
Any sign that says that the weather will soon get warmer makes me smile!
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