So we have, once more, survived the annual rollercoaster that is the Going Forward Of The Clocks. It is a time of year fraught with tension for WhyNotSmile, because, to be entirely honest, I get very confused by it. I understand the concept, and I understand why we do it, I just get very confused the next day about where I should turn up and when.
Now, obviously, it is basically simple maths, which I should be good at, what with having a PhD in it and all, but it's one of those things that will not lodge in my brain, along with symmetry and following directions.
To complicate matters further, I often work with people in America, who put their clocks forward 2 weeks before us. This spells only disaster for any scheduled meetings in the intervening time, so I admit it's something of a relief when we finally catch up.
Anyway, did anyone else think the time change wasn't publicised as much this year? Normally you can't move for Huw Edwards reminding the nation to put their clocks forward on Saturday night, but this year... nada. Maybe because we were all distracted by watching The Voice, a show so mundane that we can safely add the time spent watching it to the grand total of hours snatched from our very hands this weekend.
So, anyway, we've made it this far, and we're safe till October.
Back soon, with a summary of the excellent first week of The Apprentice.