First, a Public Service Announcement.
Daylight Savings Time 2023 ended before Dawn Sunday, November 5. So if you forgot to set your clocks back, then you're an hour early for everything because everyone else is on the "right" time. 😲
Whether or not this is better than forgetting to set your clocks ahead when Daylight Savings Time started back in late March and you wound up being an hour late for everything is a matter of opinion.
Now then, with the time change comes sunset and darkness much earlier than it used to as the days grow shorter towards the longest night of the year this December.
Personally, I'm not afraid of the dark.
Just wise and cautious about what might be in it.
Outside might be coyotes, and these are a lot smarter and a lot hungrier than the one that works for Warner Brothers who always fails to catch that Road Runner.
In my neck of the woods might also be deer.🦌🦌 They're pretty friendly, but any bears🐻🧸 lurking about would be another matter, because they're after far more than any stray pic-a-nic baskets lying around.
Especially at night?
Unfortunately my restroom is outside, but my owners keep a close eye on me when I do have to go.
Of course the time change has thrown my schedule off a bit.
I didn't know it was only a quarter to 5 this morning when I started begging to be let out long enough to do what I had to do. I thought it was my normal morning call time.
Who's messing with the clock anyway?
None of us have no control over the sun.🌞
It's either out or it's not.
Besides, how do you reset a sundial anyway?
And do we really save anything during this period?
The same hour we "lose" in the Spring is the same one we gain back in the fall.
And without any interest!
Anyway, I still have time😉 for a few jokes. To wit:
You never want to annoy a clock because you wouldn't like it when they're ticked off.
I heard a great time travel joke tomorrow.
When you hold a clock to a mirror, is it time for reflection?
And remember, the only animal that truly understands time is a watch dog.
So on that note♪, have a great week.
STAY SAFE! 😷
And please be back next weekend for more Sunday Funnies!—KC.