We never changed our clocks where I grew up. Never. So it was weird for me when I first lived in other places. What is this you speak of? Fall back? Spring what?
Now I live in the western-most part of the Eastern time zone and our summer nights seem to last forever. But once we do the “fall back” the days feel like they’re about 6 hours long.
It will be nice to wake up to sunlight tomorrow but it will be dark when I get home from work. ~sigh~
On that note, one of the many nuggets I picked up at the conference last week was this one — A.A.R.P. is launching their own tablet geared for technology fearful seniors. Check out the Real Pad here.
I made a note in the margin of my papers and explored the site later on. It was in watching the demo and finding myself excited by the features and the price ($189) that I realized, at 51, I’m one of the seniors they’re targeting.
Time changes. Everything.
I feel so fortunate to have seen both Johnny Cash and Ray Charles perform their music live in my lifetime. Johnny when I was 9 and Ray when I was 20. Today, there’s no one touring I’d buy a ticket for. Time changes. Everything.