Why do we have daylight savings time? I don't understand why it's still in practice. For me I don't save anything. I loose an hour of sleep and have a hard time adjusting to get to sleep earlier, it's no longer light in the morning, and the kids don't want to go to bed because it's still light out. We used to be on Indiana time which meant we had it good. We didn't have to remember to move our clocks back or forward, we didn't have the sun up at 10 o'clock at night, and we took turns being on Eastern and Central time. Thanks to our terrible governor everything changed. (I'll admit when I see the "Ditch Mitch" bumper stickers I whole heartedly agree.)
Saturday night Mickey went around changing everyone's clock to make us ready for Sunday. I tried to go to bed early since the clock said 11 but I couldn't sleep. My body's too smart to trick it. Everyone was grouchy the next morning. I got the girls up for school this morning and I really don't like that it's so dark again while they're at the bus stop. With it still being dark I just wanted to climb back into bed after they left. I did. Does anyone else have a problem adjusting to the new time?