What Time Is It?
Time to change
the clocks tonight. I changed the ones in the living room and kitchen area,
just after dinner, ( which made it feel like I ate dinner at 8pm or 3
in the afternoon ).
I would get an early start on time change disorientation, this year.
One drawback to moving the clocks back one hour, is the limited amount
of sunlit photography time available for a person who doesn’t get
outside until after noon.
Luckily, there are plenty of fun food photos to be taken in the kitchen, so the impact of the time change daylight reduction is minimal.
had to express my opinion regarding the grassroots fund raising to
combat the billionaire republican attempts to buy the election by
flooding the airwaves with campaign advertisements.
an email to the DCCC explaining why they should find another means of
combating the republican advertising blitz besides buying competing
My email was this;
Dear Fellow Democrats;
The republicans own the media where they spend their millions of campaign dollars, so they just get their money back.
The republicans own the media where we democrats are trying to spend as much as them, so they get our money. too.
We must find another way.
I hope that not many people are basing their decision on what they see
on TV, or hear on the radio. I like to think that people take the time
to read the congressional record, and subscribe to a variety of
newspapers, magazines, and journals to educate themselves regarding the
people and propositions that they vote for.
that’s all the time I have left before it’s tomorrow, even though the
clock on the wall shows that it’s only quarter to eleven. Whatever time
it may be, may it be well spent.
Timing Is Key