Sunday, March 8, 2020

EACH FOR EQUAL

Gentle Readers . . . and Maxwell,

Congratulations on waking up to celebrate 

International Women's Day!  hint: Did you change your clocks last night? Please remember that it's Daylight Saving Time, not Savings Time and not Saving's Time and not parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme.



I feel a bit militant.


But not in a bad way.



In a productive way.




I wish you a beautiful Sunday!


Infinities of love,

Janie Junebug









28 comments:

  1. Happy International Women's Day!

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  2. A Very Happy International Women's Day to you too. And to all women where ever they are.
    Our clocks go back in about three weeks time. I am looking forward to it. I am tired of getting up in the dark.

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  3. You are an International Woman Janie.
    R

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    1. That's saying a lot considering I haven't taken a lot of trips outside of the country, but as God is my witness, I will get to England. I will wander the moors in Yorkshire.

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  4. Wait, let's me get this straight. It is International Woman's Day and it is on a day that is one hour LESS? That is about right!

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    1. Very clever that you noticed that. I'm impressed.

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  5. Hi Janie - our clocks go forward in three weeks ... I'll remember ... 'summer'time will be here! Great post ... thanks for the E for Equal reminder to one all ... take care - cheers Hilary

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    1. I'm not in a rush for summer because I'll melt, but seeing the sun is nice.

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  6. It should be every day. Happy Sunday

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  7. I grew up hearing "savings" from everybody up here. Could have been a Minnesota thing, I suppose. But it is ingrained into my thoughts and hard to change in my old age. Sounds wrong to my ear without the other "s"--LOL! But you charge on, my friend. :)

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    1. I've heard everyone all over the country say savings time. I learned that it's saving from an episode of the show VEEP.

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  8. I have always called it daylight saving no s on the word.
    Women are equal to men, sadly some don't realise it.

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    1. Do you think Australians in general say daylight saving?

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  9. Happy Day in all ways, Janie Junebug!

    I am thankful to the women who went before me, smoothing the way.

    I am not at all thankful about losing an hour of sleep. Wah!

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  10. Why do I think every day is Woman's Day? Maybe because I think we are superior? ;)

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  11. Happy International Women's day!!! I was bummed it was on a Sunday this year, but I still sent out messages to my team. I saw the best meme on Facebook, but I'm not sure how to share on here.

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    1. You can send the meme to me in an email and I can copy the image to show it off, with credit to you for finding it.

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