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It's daylight savings time this weekend (Mar 14.) in the U.S., which means most of us (not you, AZ!) will be moving our clocks forward one hour. I'm a little worried about my plants -- they really like the morning sunlight!
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Well, you know, back when I was a young'un being raised on a small dairy farm, the cows really didn't care whether it was daylight savings time, or not, they just wanted to be milked! So, our days always began an ended by the sun, not by the clock. And, since the chores always got finished at the same sun-time, the gardens & fields always got worked at the same time, too. They seemed to appreciate our dedication to being on time....
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