I have also been enjoying soft sunsets. I like the way the sun hangs on to the western sky and slowly slips away. The shadows are different in the autumn - how do they do that?
The "Spring Ahead" part works because for so many years I've gone in such a rush it is easy for me to believe I've lost an hour. Of course I have. In all my comings and goings I could simply misplace a bit of time, along with a bunch of other stuff. I'm sure it's around here somewhere.
It is the idea that I'm being given an hour that really messes with my brain.
"You'd do that for me?"
"A whole hour?"
"It's just what I've always wanted."
Something about the "Fall Back" time change makes me want to go to bed at 7:10 p.m. and get up at 3:30 a.m. Maybe if I get up really, really early on Sunday morning it will all make sense. But I'll probably do what most people do and just enjoy my extra hour of sleep. That's just it - I'll be asleep when it happens - how do I really know I'm getting an extra hour?
If you are gaining an hour this weekend, enjoy it, you might as well, it's yours - well, that's what I've heard.