Letteras: Leave clocks alone

Changing clocks twice a year should become a thing of the past

This past weekend was the weekend we rolled back the clocks and it always seems to publicly come up about gaining an hour’s sleep in the fall, and losing one in the spring. Personally, I’ve never understood that line of thinking at all.

Though I’m now retired, and don’t set an alarm clock anymore, I spent 37 years in the work force and was never once affected by the seasonal changing of the clocks. I go to bed when I’m tired, not when the clock strikes 10. I’ve never lost or gained anything by the changing of the clocks, other than daylight.

I feel for those who let the clock run their lives, but I admit that I just don’t get it.

Garnet Saunders

Sooke