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Sunday, November 4, 2007

Time changes, tv, and nothing much

I love the Fall time change. It's one of my favorite days of the year. And I never set my clocks the night before like the new guys always recommend. The best part for me is to get up at 7:00am and the go around the house and change all the clocks and suddenly have a whole additional hour! It always feels like such a long, luxurious day.

Also, today I had the joy of calling my daughter at 8:40 am to ask if she remembered the time change. She hadn't. And she's having a family get-together today so having another hour was a gift - made me feel like a hero!

And speaking of Heroes, Ed and I rented the first 3 discs of Season 1 and we're totally hooked. Reminds me of Twin Peaks and X-Files. We've been recording Season 2 but can't watch them until we finish Season 1. So the next few nights we'll be glued to the tv, I'm sure.

Oh, and finally - Twin Peaks is out on video. Don't know how many of you watched that show, but Jenni and I loved it. Who could not love the Log Lady, the dancing dwarf, or brie and butter sandwiches? Better get to my Amazon.com Wish List and add it!!


Fleur de Lisa said...

The thing I don't like about the time change is that it gets dark so darn early!

I loved Twin Peaks. I must add it to my list too.

Desert Diva said...

Now it gets dark really early, but it is nice to have the extra hour!

Just Laura said...

When I lived in CA I loved the time change as well.

Thank you for your comments on Phoenix Joaquin - I appreciate the support.

If Heroes is anything like X-files I'll definitely check it out. Say hi to your daughter for me - tell her it is Scoober's older sister =_

Scoobers said...

I am happy for the lack of time change. I experienced when living in Texas. The 'spring forward' and loss of an hour's sleep... woe woe the day.

Nope don't miss that at all.

I miss all the good shows! Blast the night shift! (shaking fist at the sky)