Last weekend Europe changed their clocks, and this week it's the US's turn.
I grew up in Indiana, and back then we didn't change our clocks at all. Half of the year we were on Eastern time and the other half of the year we were on Central time. So when everyone else in the country changed their clocks, we changed our time zone. Even now I couldn't tell you which half of the year we were on which time zone. It was especially confusing to me as a kid when the TV program commercials would announce the show's time as "8 o'clock Eastern time, 7 Central" and I'd still have no idea whether to tune in at 7 or 8. I think most adults were confused by it too.
Despite the confusion, there was much resistance several years ago when the powers that be decided it was time for Indiana to join the masses and change their clocks too. So now the state is on Eastern time all year round. Except for the parts of the state that are on Central time.
Anyway, as always on Fridays the floor is yours for anything Filofax related! Don't forget to join in the Skype conversation Sunday the 7th at 5 pm UK time/ Noon Eastern time!