I guess that it could be confusing, but in my life, I don't find it so. It takes about 1-2 weeks to stop making mistakes on the T.V. or radio, though this year it was about 3-4 days only, and it was in my favor as I couldn't miss anything.
That's a perk for me, Nov. - March; I can't be late anywhere because everyone else is behind me. I'm always an hour ahead, yeah!
It also means that my sleep isn't disrupted at all, which is a good thing.
Nora Roberts books are always a treat. They are generally woven beautifully, and have interesting characters.
That's where I first saw the b&w ones, too. In fact, over the years, pbs played all of the BBC shows that I loved. In the 70's, for example, we watched All Creatures Great and Small, Mystery Theatre, the one with Figgis...can't recall the name of the show, etc. on KTLA.
One year, in the 80's, they offered a Tardis bank to anyone who would renew their subscription that day. I did it right then, of course! :-) And, I still have the bank! :-) Love it, love it, love it. That's in the days when Tom Baker was being shown in the shows, so he was the Dr. that was pictured. Wait, I think it also made us members of their fan club, too. I didn't do anything with it, but may have a card. Hey, that makes me a card carrying member of the Dr. Who fan club, if I'm remembering it correctly! Lolol!
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