Around here Daylight Saving Time began yesterday at 2 a.m. When Hubby Tony and I went to bed on Saturday night I reset the clock on my side of the bed, but couldn't remember how to do the one on his side. It was disconcerting when I woke up in the middle of the night and couldn't remember why there was a difference in the times. However, the time change positive was that the cats slept in and didn't demand their breakfast as early as usual.
The first day of Daylight Savings Time always feels strange to me. Yesterday the afternoon felt 'off', with the normal Sunday activities done in more intense sunlight than what I've been used to. Sunset came a little after 7:00, but the last light didn't disappear until a little after 7:30 We were able to ete dinner by natural light, and after dinner Hubby Tony and I took a walk. Instead of the semi-darkness we would have had just a day before, this time it was nice and bright.
The downside of Daylight Savings Time is that this morning the sun didn't come up until an hour later. When my alarm went off at 6:30 it was still so dark I had to turn on a light to pick out my clothes (which I haven't had to do lately). It will be a couple of weeks until the day lengthens enough to counteract the time change.