NORWALK, Conn. — If you just woke up and you are getting ready for church, or to meet some friends for breakfast, stop and think — did you set the clocks AHEAD before you went to bed Saturday night?
If not, go on back to bed. You’re an hour late.
Today is the beginning of Daylight Savings Time, that special time of the year when you gain an hour of daylight on the back end of the day after losing an hour of sleep on the front end.
To those of you who have dumped the traditional clocks and watches in favor of cellphones and cable boxes, you don’t have to worry — the satellite reset the clock for you.
And if you are like many others who are somewhat perplexed by technology but are surrounded by it nonetheless, just get used to the fact that, for the next six months, your oven, microwave and car are going to be an hour behind the times.