Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Learning never exhausts the mind. - Leonardo da Vinci

Every clock I own tells a different time. 

On purpose.






The alarm clock beside my bed is 3 minutes fast.

The clock in my car is 8 minutes fast.

My watch is 5 minutes fast.

My iPhone is right on time.

It keeps my math skills sharpened. 

"Time is not a measure the length of a day or month or year but more a measure of what you have accomplished." - Byron Pulsifer




7 comments:

scargosun said...

I really like that excuse. My alarm clock is 10 minutes fast...the same time as the snooze. ;)

Bethany said...

I hear ya: my bedside clock is 8 min. fast; my car's 10 min. fast; my watch is 3 min. fast; and like you said the iPhone is exact (bc I keep it on the satellite auto-update.)

Sharlene T. said...

Time expands or contracts based on need. There really is no time, everyone's clock is wrong, regardless of time shown. That's how I explain things when I'm late! Have a great day.

Awais said...

Thats a great tip :)

Kisma said...

the only clock I use is my iphone. The alarm on my desk is just to irritate me in the morning.

Misty Dawn said...

Alarm clock - 6 minutes fast
Vehicle - 4 minutes fast
Cell phone is correct time (I don't own an iPhone - feel sorry for me hehe)
Oh, and I don't wear a watch.

Cristin said...

I never really look at the clocks in my house. My internal clock is so accurate it's scary.