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To Those In Charge Of The Time Change... I Don't Like You!

(I'm sure you're fine people. I'm just tired and my kids are grumpy.)

Come on!

How necessary is this? Do we really need to go through this twice a year? Why? I mean really. Why-y-y-y-y-y???

When my kids complain about not being able to wake-up, I don't say this out loud but, I'm right there with them. Heck, it takes me a week to not look at the clock and say "It's really 2:00, not 3:00".

I don't mind change. That's not what I'm saying. What I'm saying is, is this really necessary? Here's a great website that's trying to help me out. Daylight Saving Time - Why, When, Where?

Now for happy news for a particular someone....

It seems that 13 was the lucky number for a Virtual GNO guest who entered the giveaway from Robin at Cinnamon & Honey. Martha from The Daily Grind is the lucky winner! (Please know that I went through every comment and wrote down those that noted their favorite design in their comment. We had a total of 31 entries. Winner chosen using

Robin and I thank those that entered this giveaway. And thanks to all the guests at the Virtual GNO! Friday nights keep getter better and better!

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