Oct 31, 2020

End Of Daylight Savings Time ~

 They always say time changes things, but you
 actually have to change them yourselves...

Daylight Saving Time in nearly all of the US ends in 
2020 at 2 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 1, marking the time when clocks
 “fall back” and we gain an extra hour of sleep. Daylight Saving Time,
 often incorrectly referred to in the plural as Daylight Savings
 Time, started in 2020 on Sunday, March 8. When the
 clocks are turned back an hour on Nov 1st.

Hawaii and most of Arizona does not observe 
Daylight Saving Time. The time change is also not
observed in U.S. territories of Puerto Rico, Guam, 
American Samoa and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Puerto Rico currently observes Atlantic Standard Time.
(AST) all year round.  Lucky us Arvid says.  Daylight 
Standard Time (DST) is no longer in use on the
 island. Clocks do not change in Puerto Rico.

The previous DST change in Puerto Rico was 
on September 30, 1945.  Another reason to move
 here according to Arvid. He likes his sunlight.

Just a reminder to turn back your clocks tonight.
Unfortunately only one hour, not twenty years.

White lips, pale face, breathing in
 snowflakes.  Winter is on it's way...