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The clocks fall back today

Today the clocks "fall back" to standard time.  Under the Energy Policy Act of 2005, starting in 2007, the dates for changing clocks became:  Daylight Savings Time begins (spring ahead) on the second Sunday in March at 2 am.  Daylight Savings Time ends (fall back) on the first Sunday in November.  There are parts of the country like Arizona, Hawaii and parts of Indiana that never have daylight savings time - I will not even go into that for now.

When we are on daylight savings time to have that extra daylight in the evening but its tough for kids who have to get to a school bus before 7 am to have to go in the dark.  Today I was looking forward to an extra hour of sleep.  Unfortunately, though the clock was set back, my dog could not read it and started making noise about wanting her morning walk at what she thought was the regular time.

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