1. Hey, Sammy looks good in that clock! MOL! We lve extra hours:)

    Petcretary has lots of clocks here to change…

    She still vividly remembers this ritual each year at her pawrents den…her dad was a clock repairman, and he had oodles of clocks to switch.
    If you do it wrong with a pendulum clock
    or a cuckoo clock
    the chime/birdie goes amok!

    And that is the truth…ask the petcretary how she knows…and she learned the trick to fix them too…Opa taught her that, so here no one dares to touch the clocks, MOL!

    1. That is neat that your Mom knows about clocks. We have a grandfather clock, but the hubby is in charge of that. Enjoy the extra hour of sleep. 🙂

  2. That may have been the only clock image they had, Sammy, but we love it! So vintage, and you simply can’t go wrong with that. And thank you for the reminder to turn back our clocks. We sure are looking forward to that extra hour! Purrs to all of you!

  3. Lovely pics, especially the one with the clock and the mirror!
    We put our clocks back here a week ago, in synch with Europe.
    But an extra hour’s sleep is always good (mol).

  4. That is a very cool photo! We don’t like this clock changing stuff. We don’t really gain an hour because the crew just wakes up an hour earlier! It takes all week to get them back on schedule.

  5. Thanks for the reminder…………hard to imagine getting up an hour earlier than usual since I’m up at a ridiculous hour ANYWAY with Sammy but que sera sera!

    Hugs, Pam

  6. Cool art! It looks like Sammy fell a little too far back in time! You’re only supposed to go back one hour, not several decades 🙂

  7. That’s a nifty photo!
    We hate it when we have to change the clocks, we get all confused and discombobulated!
    Have a super weekend…

    Noodle and crew

  8. We think that art is terrific. We need to use photofunia more often. Every desk you have a portrait of a cat above it. XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

  9. The Hubby makes me change all of the clocks, which amounts to five. The hard part is rehanging the battery ones on the wall, on the little nail!

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