Today we leapt ahead an hour for daylight savings time. Your internal clock always took a little adjusting to these biannual shifts in time keeping. In the fall, you would wonder why we didn’t feed you on time. In the spring, you would be delighted that we fed you early. I was also amazed by how well you could tell time. You would start staring at us for food two hours before dinner time, but it was always consistently two hours before dinner time. And if we were somehow engrossed in something and missed your usual dinner time by even 15 minutes, you would give up and stop staring at us at that point.