a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Sunday, November 1, 2009

Daylight Savings Time



12 comments:

The Green Stone Woman said...

Hi Gail, I have awards for you over at my place, please come and get them.

ellen abbott said...

How true is that?! I do enjoy that hour taken off the top and added to the bottom. the day may not be any longer but I'm not an early riser. The shift back in the fall always depresses me because all of a sudden it's dark an hour earlier.

mrscravitz said...

Yes, Indian wisdom is so very true! Cute.

Rudee said...

So true.

Pat said...

That's probably why the State of Arizona does NOT do daylight savings time - because of all the tribes? Arizona and Hawaii, I believe, are the only two states that do NOT turn clocks back or forward. Interesting.

Love the saying, by the way.

Breathe said...

LOL! LOVE it!!

Lori E said...

Since when would the government listen to a sage aboriginal?

Iowa Gardening Woman said...

LOL, love the saying.

Tina said...

Where do you find these great sayings..?? I love it!!

Rural Rambler said...

Absolutely true. And I am going to whine here, but I hate having to fall back an hour. I like my daylight and hate dark coming at 4:30. Dang.

Nezzy said...

No truer words were ever spoken. I hate how early it's dark now tryin' to do chores.

Have a fun filled fall day!!!

We are having the third day of sun in a row. Woohoooo! Maybe we can harvest the soybeans toward the end of the week.

God bless you, girl!!!

Pyatshaw said...

What a great saying........and so very true!

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