I had invited some good friends over for breakfast, so as I was walking down stairs, I began to think about what I should cook. Unfortunately, before I had even hit the bottom stair, I heard a knock on the door. There stood Hilda and Fernando, an hour early. This was a first for them. I could usually count on them being at least a half hour late.
Then, each fall, on the second Sunday in November, we move our clocks back an hour. At that time, we lose an hour, but do get an extra hour of sleep.
"They've done research to find that the two days after daylight savings time, there's a big spike in the number of car accidents."
So, how about you? Did you remember the time change? Do you think having an hour less in your day will affect you in any way?
Since time is on my mind these days, tomorrow I will be posting some common expressions we use with the word time. If you have some time on your hands check it out.