Spring Forward, Fall Back

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The old adage says, “Spring forward, fall back”.

This saying helps people remember which way to turn their clocks when daylight savings start and end. Basically, when daylight savings start in spring, you move your clock one hour forward. When it ends during fall, you turn the clock back one hour.

While this is an easy, timely reminder when it comes to daylight savings, I don’t think it’s accurate with regards to seasons of the year; because November is the beginning of a season of festivals to look forward to!

It will soon be Thanksgiving that allows for quality time to be spent with family. Then, the decorations around town will start going up while everyone gears up for the season of Christmas and welcoming a brand new Happy New Year!


Hug a Bear Day
Nov-7

Send Hug a Bear Day !
Send Hug a Bear Day !

Veterans Day
Nov-11

Send Veterans Day Ecard!
Send Veterans Day Ecard!

Autumn
Sep-22- Dec-20

Send Autumn Ecard!
Send Autumn Ecard!
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Bob is the Editor of the free weekly newsletter of world’s leading online greetings site, 123Greetings.com.He is a friend, philosopher and guide. He loves to observe people, cultures and life closely. Romantic at his heart he is an avid reader and traveler. He is popular as an encyclopedia of global events. He shares ways to make each day a celebration. He loves to share new perspectives on life’s seamless challenges. His newsletter is packed with ways and means to enhance the quality of your life and turn it into a celebration. He believes in affinity and works towards adding value to you and your relationships.

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