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    Dear Bob, here are some photos of my life here on the campus of Concordia Seminary. I love kids, working with the grounds crew, swimming, playing with my dog friends, and especially my own family people.
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    March 10, 2018



    As sure as the time change takes place, you write your piece complaining about the time change. Most people like the time change, allowing more daylight hours to do things outdoors. Lighten up and enjoy.


    Florida just passed a law, which now has to be approved by Congress to no longer do the time change. I agree. It causes more issues than the rare benefits.

    Rand Conley

    Florida will stay on DST 12 months a year if approved by Congress. What say you Diane?

    Diane Meyer

    Rand, I give them props for trying this, the only problem is when states do it individually, it becomes confusing and scattershot. There was a time when Indiana had part of the state on Eastern time and part on central. If you had to go to Indiana and be somewhere at a certain time you really had to check to see what time you needed to leave. I'd prefer doing it nationwide, but it looks like it won't happen anytime soon.

    Diane Meyer

    Rand, Dale is in Phoenix this week and because they don't change their clocks they are now two hours behind us. When we were there 3 weeks ago, Phoenix was one hour behind us. This sort of thing messes with the body clock.

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