Here you will always find the American flag

waving and the American eagle flying.

Daylight Saving Time Begins

Daylight Saving Time begins this weekend—at 2:00 A.M. on Sunday,

March 8.

Before going to bed on Saturday, March 7, remember to “spring

forward” by setting your clocks 1 hour ahead. Not every place practices

Daylight Saving Time. See exceptions.

Credit for Daylight Saving Time goes to Benjamin Franklin, who first

suggested the idea in 1784. The idea was revived in 1907, when William

Willett, an Englishman, proposed a similar system in the pamphlet The

Waste of Daylight.

The Germans were the first to officially adopt the light-extending system

in 1915 as a fuel-saving measure during World War I. The British

switched 1 year later, and the United States followed in 1918, when

Congress passed the Standard Time Act, which established our time


This experiment lasted until 1920, when the law was repealed due to

opposition from dairy farmers (cows don’t pay attention to clocks).

During World War II, Daylight Saving Time was imposed once again

(this time, year-round) to save fuel.

Source: The Old Farmer's Almanac

Isn't she the cutest?

Wonder if there were stained glass

windows at one time here.

Too cute!

And give us this day our daily bread ....

I remember - do you?

Looks like she is on a mission with her kitty.

Flowers already picked, a small bunch.

Your chocolate fix

So cute on the pretty plaid blanket.

Gotta just love that button nose.

Such a neat assortment of tea cups!

Now one would wonder where she is off too?

Betcha she is waiting for Mom or Dad ...

You took the time, thank you!

What a wonderful feeling

this can be!

Thank you for stopping by today!

Have a good day ....

And now till another time, be safe in

all you do. Be aware of everything and

everyone around you at all times. A

very good habit .... take care!


For those first time visitors - the below map shows the

locations of visitors!

WOW - look at all of you!