Use Daylight Savings End as a Safety Reminder

IMAGE: Horologe. Clock machine in Museum of life in Burgundy, Dijon, France. An assortment of old metal gears ranging in size from several feet across to several inches operate a small white dingy clock with black handles. The face is not encased.(Wiki Media) Here are some important things to do when Daylight Savings Time begins and ends: 1. Check your smoke alarm and carbon monoxide detectors. 2. Go through all prescribed and over the counter medications, and vitamins or other … [Read more...]


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