Daylight Savings Time
by Phyllis McGinley
In Spring when maple buds are red, We turn the Clock an hour ahead;
Which means, each April that arrives, We lose an hour Out of our lives.
When Autumn birds in flocks
Fly southward, back we turn the Clocks,
And so regain a lovely thing--
That missing hour We lost last Spring.
Don't forget...turn your "back" an hour before you go nighty-night.
And...it's also time to change the batteries in your smoke detectors.
I think ours is workin' just fine.
When I opened the bathroom door yesterday morning...just the steam from my shower set ours off!!!
Yay, get an extra hour of well needed sleep!!!!!!!!! :):):)ReplyDelete