Tonight, we move our clocks forward one hour. Many people say "we lose an hour." I've never thought of it that way--I prefer to think that I'll get that same hour back in November. From now until the Fall, whenever I run out of time for something and need a few extra minutes, I'll put it on my imaginary list of things to do in my "saved" hour.
No need to waste that hour sleeping, right? At 2am on November 1st, I'll wake up and consult my list. In that hour, I can throw a load of laundry into the washer, sweep the porch, re-pot a couple plants, wipe down the baseboards, go to the gas station and fill my tank, dig out all of my Christmas decorations, and change the smoke detector batteries. I should be able to do that in the hour and get back to bed.
How do you look at it? Are you losing an hour, or just paying it forward? What will you do with it?