Every year, twice a year, I start to get paranoid. Am I going to miss it? Am I going to show up to work at some odd time and mess everything up? Well, dangit, it's not happening this year.

I'm telling you guys right now, the time change is on Sunday, November 7th. This weekend! So I'm going to be going to bed at my normal time, and setting the clock back an hour before I turn in. I'm not going to get up at 2:00 a.m. just to set my clocks back!

So now it's official, it's really the fall time of year when the clocks change. Get ready for darkness at 5:00 p.m.! Get ready to get up earlier in the morning to defrost the car and warm it up. I've already got a little handtowel in my car, ready for any kind of clean up I gotta do. I'm not looking forward to the snow we're supposed to get this winter, but... it is what it is. I'll try to savor the autumn/fall time as much as I can.

So to make it a little more fun, here's a little something I saw a few years ago that I thought was a really cute way to remind you to set your clocks back. It's a video from the Dads of the world, reminding you in We Are The World style.

And don't touch the remote. You don't know how it works.

Savingly yours,

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