Coming from the "Valley of the Sun," we never bothered with Daylight Savings Time, because really, do we need an extra hour of 110 degree summers? So, having lived here for over five years, you would think that I would have figured it out. Hardly.
Every year, I ask Paul, "Okay, so what time is it really?"
He'll say, "Three o' clock."
I'll say, "So, is it actually two o'clock or four o'clock?"
He'll say, "It's actually three o' clock."
I'll say, "I don't understand Daylight Savings Time, so what time is it really? Did we go back an hour or forward an hour?"
He'll sigh with great exasperation and say, "I'm not having this conversation with you again. Figure it out."
Six months later, we'll have this conversation again.