Now, the time is changing and I’m not sure what to do
Just after I sprang forward, I’m expected to fall back
I need to buy two watches, it’s the knowledge that I lack
It’s hard to read instructions when they’re fifteen pages long
I can’t remember at what point I started going wrong
I can’t tell which knob I should push and which one I should hold
I do know that this process is starting to get old
I guess I’ll have to wait a while until I see my son
He might just be my only hope of getting all this done
So here is something that you’ll hear, every day from me
In this case I’m glad the apple…fell far from the tree!
The concept of Daylight Saving Time was first introduced by Benjamin Franklin in 1784 on a visit to London. He was trying to find a way to save on the use of candles. He also wanted to find a way to enable us to make better use of the daylight hours.
There is one more fact that I know about this time change. I know that I am unable to follow the instructions that were included with my digital watch. The only answer that I could come up with was to buy two watches.
This time I thought I would express my thoughts in a poem. I hope you enjoy it!