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March 14, 2010

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Linda @ A La Carte

Very cool clocks! Love the planting clock!

Lavender Dreamer

I've never seen a clock like that one...how beautiful! Happy Spring! ♥

Whit

Very awesome clocks!! Especially the last one!

This time changing business is complete and total nonsense, you know, as i spent my formible years (till i was 21) in AZ and the only time we ever had to change a clock there was when the batteries ran out. :o) And still today, the great state continues to function just fine.

Tina

Something I never knew about AZ (well, there are lots of things I didn't know about AZ) is that we don't participate in such foolishness. I don't think Indiana does either. So, yesterday we moved from Mountain Time to Pacific Time without changing a clock.

Shanna

My parent's do the time changes on the Baja in Mexico where they spend their winters. They change their clocks a week before us though.

Gina

Oh, the clock thing drives me bonkers! Especially because my husband changes them earlier and earlier each year. This year he did it at 3:00pm on Saturday! What? All day I had no idea what time it was. Like I need help being confused! Love your clocks though, especially the beautiful garden one.
Gina @ Vintage Junk in my Trunk

Carol @ Old Glory Cottage

I think I lost another hour, just changing the time on all of the clocks around our house! You've got a nice little collection, but for the love of all that is good in this world, do not paint that last one! I've never seen one like it, so I bet it's really rare. When you get the urge to paint it, remember Carol says "Put it back in the closet"!

LiLi M.

We do that the last weekend of March (Sunday 3 am), loosing one hour too and it takes me a whole week to get used to it. When we get it back, last weekend in October (again Sunday 3 am) I am used to it in one day.

one gal's trash

That clock is so lovely, especially the garden plating guide. Perfect for spring!
xo
Pam

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