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Change your clocks, please

The clocks in the newsroom read 9 a.m., even though it is 10.

Daylight Savings Time throws most everyone's body clocks off and it doesn't help that clocks in public places, workplaces, etc., don't seem to get changed for weeks and sometimes, not until Daylight Savings switches back to regular time in the fall.

It bugs me. And I am very vocal about it. But yesterday, some humility. I was grumbling in Sunday School that even the church classroom clock was wrong. I looked at my watch -- 9 a.m. -- and then the wall clock -- 10 a.m.

Turned out the wall clock was right. My watch -- me -- wrong. I blamed my body clock being off, of course.




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