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  1. I don’t mind springing forward, but I feel we are doing it a bit too early. I used to remember than the sun was up before 5:00… that’s too early. But today, back to hitting the alarm in the dark. And then being up for an hour in the dark… not my favorite:(

  2. Hi there Katherine!
    It’s nice to wake up to more light 🙂
    I wake at 4:45 a.m. for work so it helps when I leave for work to be a bit brighter.
    Hope you are having a lovely weekend! Pretty blooms!

    All my heart,
    Deborah xo

  3. thank you for sending me a sunshine wake up reminder. As I am in mourning, My fiance died 3/4/14 @ 1620 hrs. and I am in a gloom to find all the life insurance polices. I have no energy to do my on line job and go to school. . I went to church and didnt know it was daylight savings time.and I felt like an ideit. Yor email, maid a difference. A total strainger, thank you.

  4. I like more daylight after work to begin working some in the garden, but this first day seems to disappear!


  5. Hi, Katie! Turning the clocks forward doesn’t affect me very much. Nearly every day I arise in the pre-dawn darkness, so that remains unchanged. It’s nice to have the daylight last longer but it makes the evening seem shorter and I don’t feel like going to bed at the scheduled time.

    Have a great week, Katie!

  6. You hardly have to remember anymore. A lot of things (watches, tv’s phones, computers) self-adjust the time. But it’s good to be aware, in case something breaks down. Have a great week!

Love each other as God loves you xo

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