02 November 2014


We neglected to turn the clocks back, last night, but no harm done. We rise early anyway, so nothing was missed.

Not much to tell, today ... no major precip in the forecast, just cool with a high in the mid-30s. It's windy, and I can see a few patches of blue sky now that the sun's up.

Y'all stay safe out there, and rest on this Lord's Day.


Max said...

The term "rest" is subjective... is that the right word?

I don't feel like looking it up.

I think we get most of our work done on Sunday since it's our only day off together. We do get to relax and be a little mellow and walk a little slower.

This in turn lets us see things we may have missed and be thankful for all we have, and all we can do.

I suppose that is rest.

Rev. Paul said...

Yes, Max, subjective, meaning from one's own point of view, is correct. And the Lord certainly knows all about your schedule, so I shouldn't be concerned about whether you're in a recliner on Sunday. :)

Cathy said...

I like your relaxed approach to the time change. Hubby and I obsessed about if for several days. Then when we climbed into bed . .. he realized he'd set his beside clock 'forward' rather than backward. :)

Old NFO said...

I did, and finally got all the clocks on the 'right' time... sigh

Rev. Paul said...

Cathy, it was a relaxed approach only because it was already after the fact when we remembered. :)

NFO, I hear you. I walked around with cell phone in hand & reset all the clocks in mid-morning.

threecollie said...

I toy with the time change, especially in autumn. Some clocks back. Some clocks not. It matter less now without the cows and the milk truck coming every other morning.

Guffaw in AZ said...

Weird that AK has DST, but AZ* doesn't?
One would think pioneer folk wouldn't.



*The Navajo Nation does.

Rev. Paul said...

Guffaw, the majority of Alaskans don't want it, but the legislature insists it'll make things too hard for businesses in the Lower 48 to remember what time it is, here.

Seems to work just fine for Hawaii...

Rev. Paul said...

threecollie, I understand. Farm critters keep their own schedule, regardless of politicians. Lucky cows. :)