Monday, March 12, 2012

Signs of Spring in the Dark

When I stepped out the front door this morning at 7 a.m. into Daylight Savings Time darkness saw the first signs of spring in the viburnum by the front steps.

Willie hates Daylight Savings time. He could barely see his way to the newspaper box at 7 a.m. And worse, couldn't see well enough to make sure that unauthorized dogs had not been in his yard overnight:
What about you? Is Daylight Savings Time to your liking or not?

5 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

this one is tough for me to adjust to - and worse for the animals. they just don't get it.

Marie said...

Love the first photo! Well, we aren't affected by Daylight Savings Time in Arizona, except that it makes people we love not two hours later than us when we call, but now THREE. That's the only adjustment we have to make.

Jan n Jer said...

Day two of DLST and I am dragging! Same thing happens in the fall too! Takes me about two weeks to adjust! I do however love the extra daylight...so I guess it's a trade off!

Living Life said...

I always hate the first couple of weeks because it is so dark in the mornings, but I like that it stays lighter longer in the evenings. It's always an adjustment....even for Willie. lol

NixBlog said...

Those green shoots are a sure sign of Spring being just around the corner! Patience, Faye!