Daylight Saving Time
Come November 2nd this year, is the end of the Daylight Saving Time. That means the clock is move back one hour, thus returning to standard time. To help people remember, we have the phrase, Spring forward...Fall back for Daylight Saving Time. This means that every spring we move our clocks one hour ahead and move our clocks one hour back every fall.
Almost every year around our house, it's a little bit confusing resetting clocks for Daylight Saving Time. It's not very easy synchronizing the time around the clocks and other appliances like the Oven, the VCR, coffee maker and the others including the laptop and the desktop computers. Sometimes the car clock and our watch and our cellphone don't synchronize either. We have to reset all the time displays. I think I like the clock and appliances where we do manual settings because some of these automatic clocks that we have, sometimes gets confused and change time earlier than scheduled.
Not all states in the US observe the Daylight Saving Time. I think Arizona, Hawaii and the territories of Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, Guam, and American Samoa are among the places in the U.S. that stay on the standard time all year long. I live in a place that observes Daylight Saving Time and I enjoy the extra snooze one night during autumn.