TulipsHere in Minnesota, we are hoping that there will be some “Spring ahead” for us and the sooner the better.  With eight-foot snow drifts and ice covered roads, there is not yet a visible sign in site.

Setting our clocks ahead early tomorrow morning will at least feel like the first step in looking forward to welcoming warmer weather and longer days.  After an unbelievable fifty days of subzero weather so far this year, Spring can not arrive fast enough.

It’s about time, literally and figuratively, to remember daylight saving (not savings) time officially begins tomorrow: Sunday, March 10, 2019, at 2 a.m. The concept of something much like DST was referenced by Benjamin Franklin in a satirical 1784 essay titled An Economical Project.

So let’s spring ahead.

The concept of something much like Daylight Saving Time was referenced by Benjamin Franklin in a satirical 1784 essay titled “An Economical Project.
Read more at http://www.snopes.com/science/daylight.asp#m0cZHZavShpfdrqx.99
The concept of something much like Daylight Saving Time was referenced by Benjamin Franklin in a satirical 1784 essay titled “An Economical Project.
Read more at http://www.snopes.com/science/daylight.asp#m0cZHZavShpfdrqx.99
The concept of something much like Daylight Saving Time was referenced by Benjamin Franklin in a satirical 1784 essay titled “An Economical Project.
Read more at http://www.snopes.com/science/daylight.asp#m0cZHZavShpfdrqx.99
 Won Ton Clock
What’s better than a delicious edible reminder? We will be marking ours at two o’clock rather than five till midnight. Head over to Hungry Happenings to learn how to make these delicious timely clocks.
Spring Ahead – I am not holding my breath.

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