1) Do you think Daylight Saving Time is still necessary? Maybe not so much anymore–It was originally because of agriculture and farmers, right?
2) How long does it take you to adjust to the time change? It takes my cats awhile to figure it out. No one tells them to adjust their furry little clocks, so they expect their breakfast an hour earlier than they get it for a few days.
3) What’s the hardest part of the time change? Coming home from work in the dark. It makes me want to go straight home, get into my pjs, and hibernate. I have little to no initiative to stop on the way home from work to run errands when I’m coming home in the dark.
4) How many clocks are in your house? 8–stove, microwave, clock-radio, BOSE radio, laptop, little stand-alone clock, ipod, cellphone.
5) Are you generally early, late, or on time? I really try to be on time or a little early. I think it’s a sign of disrespect for other people’s time if someone is chronically late—that’s a pet peeve of mine.
6) If an invitation to an event listed the time as 8-11pm, what time would you arrive? Depends on the event. Do I have to try to get a good seat, or is it assigned seating? That will make a difference.
7) Do you wear a watch? Not anymore.
8) Have you ever glanced at the time and had to glance again because you didn’t pay attention the first time? sure
9) Are most of your clocks digital or dial? I have one “old school” clock with hands on one of my bookcases. Everything else is digital.
10) What does your alarm clock sound like? Beep. . . beep. . . beep. . . BEEPBEEPBEEP!
11) Do you use the snooze feature on your alarm clock? Always—at least once per wake-up. I plan it that way.
12) Does clock ticking drive you nuts? I can’t even remember the last time I heard a clock ticking—but I don’t think it used to bother me.