Clocks changed

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  1. carolyn

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    Reminded all the children, pity I forgot to change our alarm so morning all:Smile:
     
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    Morning!

    Children had no issues with the time change. Little baby daughter (2) woke happily at 7.10 adjusted time, so 12 hours sleep for her. Bigger brother (11) woke when little baby daughter jumped on him.

    Sat in bed with tea and hot croissants. Cat purring-dozing happily. Wife content (well, she's had me make her tea and croissants, so she can hardly complain!!).

    So far. So good....
     
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    you mean the clocks changed !!!!!!
     
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    Only in the UK John. Yorksher probably isn't affected :ROFLMAO:
     
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    we have a saying Graham.....if it aint broke, dont fix it. :thumb:

    most of our work van clocks are on BST all year round....havent been late/early to a job yet. :thumb:
     
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    I had no idea the clocks had changed until I read this read. How bizarre is that.
    I was awake til about 4 so probably sleep deprivation.........
     
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    As we rely on the clocks on our mobiles we don't have to change any, they alter automatically.

    Height of laziness really
     
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  8. Phill D

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    dont you mean 3.:Blush:
     
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    The one day in the year when I love to roll over in bed & get another hours sleep but this morning I was oblivious to the fact that they'd changed.

    And so I drove (15 mins) to church to be told on arrival, at an empty car park, by my 13 yo son, that the 'clocks went back last night & dad told me not to tell you!'

    Hopping mad isn't the word for it - any guilt I feel at wanting to spend £40,000 on a motorhome has completely disappeared from my mind - now I remember why I so used to love getting away on my own in the MH for a while!

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