Hi Suzi, thanks, I have actually forgot to change my clocks before cause I don't always watch the news or read the paper, luckily I have Gary to remind me. Ha.
should be forgotten
I was so glad to see the computer automatically changed...cause I did forget last night!Incidentally, look at my "When I was 69" blog for more of the train pictures from Dillsboro!
I am going to miss fall- winter is not my favorite season.
Hi Barbara, thanks, I'll check it out, we are thinking of taking a smal vacation soon to that neck of the woods.Hi Meredith, thanks, I only like winter from the window of a cabin with a fireplace roaring in the background. Ha.
I always have the clock in my computer to keep me updated. I do hate having to change all the clocks in the house though. There are clocks on the stove, the microwave, in the living room, the den and two in the bedroom.
How I wish our clocks (and Ms Sparrow is right there are too many of them) were going back. Ours went forward a few weeks ago and will stay there until the end of March next year. Sigh.
Just visited your blog. Anyone who likes pottery and cats is a keeper for me. So I joined your site. And just read Binky's story. So glad you found him. We lost a cat for 3 months and when we did find her she had gone down from 12 to 4 lbs., but she survived... and never left home again.
Great photo and have a nice start of the week.Hugs
Hi Ms. Sparrow, thanks, well that's too many clocks, Ha. I only have two micro and stove. One alarm but I leave that up to Gary.Hi Elephant's child, thanks, oh but we are going into the tunnel as my Gary says, when there isn't much daylight to enjoy.Hi Rian, thanks, and welcome, I'll stop by and visit you; cats are truly amazing.Hi Elna, thanks, leaves are wondrous things; you have a great week too.
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