Oh, Goodie. It’s November 2nd.

Day-of-the-Dead
Is it a coincidence that Daylight Savings Time vanishes on the same day Mexican partiers celebrate The Day of the Dead? I don’t think so. That one hour of daylight means a lot to those of us awaiting the first onslaught of snow and ice with dread and frankly, I don’t personally care that we get an extra hour of sleep, because extended pitch black daylight hours aren’t worth the extra ZZZZs. You should also know that I once got married on November 2nd. Talk about depressing. Do I know how to celebrate the Day of the Dead or what?

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