Sunday Post #515 Spring Forward

March 13th, 2022 Kimberly Sunday Post 51 Comments

13th Mar
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Last night we moved the clocks ahead one hour for Daylight Savings. While I love having more sunlight, I deeply resent losing that hour of Elbow hugs! Stay Caffeinated.

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51 Responses to “Sunday Post #515 Spring Forward”

  1. Lorna

    I went half of Sunday before I remembered time had even changed. My state is now trying to change it so it no longer changes. We’ll see. Have a good week!

    • Kimberly

      Our is too, as is Congress. Since we don’t plan to retire here, I really hope it happens nationally.

  2. vidya

    The cover of Below Zero looks so cool (no pun intended!!).. and I am seriously jetlagging as well (what one hour can do…)

  3. Tyler H. Jolley

    Hey Kimba! Sorry I’ve been a little MIA lately–things have been crazy busy. I’m with you, I like the sunlight, but the first week is so hard to adjust! Happy Reading!

  4. Wendy

    One thing I enjoy about living in Arizona is that we don’t change the clocks! Have a great week, Kimberly.

  5. Emma @ Words And Peace

    I know one hour less of sleep (and thus of reading!) is tough, but I also enjoy then enjoying light longer in the day.
    Lots of nice books coming your way, enjoy!

  6. MarthaE

    I went upstairs a little after 12am thinking that was good until hubby explained it was after 1am. I didn’t know anything about it. I resent it too.
    Nice book haul for you. Remarkably Bright Creatures cover catches my eye.
    Enjoy your week and Happy Reading!

  7. Carla

    I agree, Kimberly. I hate losing that hour whether it is sleeping or reading. Enjoy all your new arrivals.

  8. Lover of Romance

    Yeah I feel the same way as well. I mean I don’t like the sun being up till 10 PM haha but I feel like right when it changes is how I like things and then it takes a while for my body to adjust. lol

    Hope you have a great week.

  9. Louise Hallett

    Our clocks don’t change for another couple of weeks and I’m not looking forward to losing that hour of sleep either. I keep seeing Below Zero, clearly a book I should find out more about! Stay safe.

  10. Lisa Mandina (Lisa Loves Literature)

    All I can think is thank goodness I had the two snow days before this weekend so I don’t feel like I’ve lost the extra hour of sleep as much. lol The new Ali Hazelwood book looks good! I just bought the first in the novellas on audio to listen to!

    Oh yeah, somehow I ended up with two entries in the linky above. One with some words after my name, In Harmony? That I have no idea why those are there. I can’t figure out how to delete that #37 entry for me. Sorry! Hope you have a good week!

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  11. Lola

    Our clocks go forward over two weeks, not looking forward to losing that hour of sleep. Have a good week!

  12. Sarah

    Yes! I hate the loss of an hour in Spring, and then the extra hour in Fall. It messes with the sleep cycle.

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  13. Berls

    I know 😢. I get why we do it – Stephanie shared a graphic with me that showed sun coming up at like 3am and going down at 4pm at parts of the year if we didn’t – which sounds awful! – but I also really resent the lost hour of sleep. At least we don’t have to remember to do it manually anymore and all out devices do it for us!

    Have a great week!

  14. A Voracious Reader

    Oh, shit. I completely forgot about losing an hour last night. LOL When are the people we elected going to remove DST? It’s ridiculous.

  15. Jessica @ a GREAT read

    Yeah, I am not feeling today with losing an hour. I’m still confused as to why we acknowledge this since the sun will still be out even if it was still almost 8am right now. Of course, we’re a little cloudy today anyway, so no sun here!

    Nice new reads! Those are all new to me ones but I hope you enjoy each and every one of them!

    Here’s my StS

    Have a GREAT day!

    Old Follower 🙂

  16. Mia @ Genre Books and Me

    Thanks for the time reminder! This is the first time I can remember that I didn’t change the clocks before going to bed. Oh well….
    Glad to see a new Evanovich series, hope it’s good! I used to read Stephanie Plum up until about book 13. And that cover on I’m the Girl- wow!

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  17. Greg

    I almost forgot about Daylight Savings! It snuck up on me this year. 🙂

    Love the look of the new Courtney Summers. I didn’t know about that one.

    Have a great Sunday Kimba!

  18. Mareli Thalwitzer

    I still say daylight saving is a much better option than loadshedding! Only in Africa I know… We were on stage 4 loadshedding for a couple of days this week (around 7.5 hours without any electricity).

    Let’s rather not complain. At least we have peace…

    Have a good week Kimberly and all your new books look so enticing!

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  19. Sophie

    I hate daylight savings! We have one or two more weeks before it happens to us here. Have a great week Kimberly

  20. stargazer

    We haven’t switched to daylight saving here yet (unless I missed it!) and like you I’m not a fan of missing an hour’s sleep. I’ve heard good things about Ali Hazelwood’s books, hope you will enjoy Below Zero.

  21. Lark @ The Bookwyrm's Hoard

    I’m a bit grumpy about the time change, too. I’d rather stay on standard time. But we’ll all adjust in a few days or weeks, I guess.

    Your new books look good. Enjoy, and have a good week despite the early start!

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