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Daylight’s a burnin’. Yes, I know that’s grammatically incorrect, but it’s what my family has said for years.
My father, Jack, liked to say it to get us kids motivated. The saying is especially poignant this time of year. We just lost a whole hour. Well, not yet, but we’re headed in that direction.
We now have about 10 1/2 hours of light each day and it’s burning off two minutes more each day as we make that long trek to the winter solstice, Dec. 21. By that time we will only have 9 1/2 hours of daylight, if we’re lucky.
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