Slice of Life: Who Stole My Hour?

(This is for the Slice of Life challenge for March, hosted by Two Writing Teachers. We are writing each day about the small moments in the larger perspective … or is that the larger perspective in the smaller moments? You write, too.)

That hour ... Gone

Not much more to say here … my hour went missing last night and now I am wondering where it went … the only good news about Daylight Savings is that Spring has to be right around the corner, right?

Peace (in the leap),

  1. I do not miss clocks changing- always took me a week to adjust. Here they do not change (mind you, the weather does not change much either). Good luck with the adjustment. I love your comic.

  2. Since I was out late last night and have report cards due this week, I’m especially unhappy with DST this year. I had a friend whose young son was quite troubled by the idea of a disappearing hour and kept crying “But where does it go?” Great comic!

  3. I miss that hour, too, but like you said – spring must be around the corner. We’re starting to feel spring here, and I am looking forward to the light lasting longer in the evening.

  4. Needed this laugh….I felt the same way this morning. I keep looking at the clock in disbelief. I do like the light later in the evening.

  5. I especially like the comic but also having the name Sally, I want to know he said to Sally! But it is gone, just like the hour!! Fun comic. Thanks for sharing!!

  6. It’s incredible how much impact losing that hour seems to have on our bio rhythms. The good news is we eventually adapt and just when we have got used to the change, we get it back. It’s a wacky world we live in Kevin…

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