Living by waters...
Yes, I would love to control time just like Dr. Who. Don't think the children set the time at 5:30 so the sun is over the yardarm.
If we could, I'd be backing that clock up a few years (not too many, just a few)!
Cute clock. Have a fabulous week!Liz (mlc)Liz (yacb)
Since time zips by, it might be fun to slow it down for the good events in life and speed it up for the not-so-good times.Happy Blue Monday!
Fun way for kids to learn how to tell the time.I played too. Mine are here and here.
So cute clock :)
I'd like to believe that the answer to the question you pose is yes, but I'm afraid it's a resounding no!Blue Lamps
Agree with Smilng Sally's comment! Have a great week, Ruby Tuesday2!
On occasion, such as barely making a deadline, I'd certainly like to adjust time backwards. It could be quite useful!
That is why it is important to get out and enjoy each minute you have. Time waits for no one.
To be able to learn how to read the time and at the same time have fun, is awesome!Here's my BLUEHave a great week ahead!
Half past five :) And the haiku is just perfect. Love it!
Love the haiku
Was here again from RT.Attractive colorful clock. It reminds me that time is so valuable.
A poetic, intelligent and blue post. Great!
I like the consistency of time and how one can plan by it! Good topic of conversation!
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