Early interesting Cars:
1965 Chevy Caprice 4 DR Hardtop
It seems everything today has an alarm. Leave your keys in the ignition, leave your head lights on, have a door ajar on the car and YOU GET AN ALARM or reminder.
The microwave tells you when your time is up. Some things you buy at the retailer has a little ‘dogadget’ built in that if the clerk does not erase it, it will ALARM as you go out the door.
Our clothes dryer yells when it stops.
Sherry sets an alarm clock when we need to get up at a certain time. Most times she is awake and turns it off before it shouts “WAKE UP!”
I mention this because ‘business’ calls us back to NC for a closing and we will be leave in the morrow. So most likely she will ‘Set an Alarm.’ (and not use it)
I do not think an alarm clock was ever used at our house growing up. My mama had a built in alarm clock in her head. While living at home if I needed to be up at some special time, mama would ask me what time I wanted to be called. That lady’s internal alarm NEVER failed.
I don’t know how we got one, but Shirley and I had an old wind up alarm clock in our room. Remember those? Shirl would use it sometimes.
There have been occasions I woke up when I needed to like Sherry does, and did not need the alarm, but I am not consistent enough to TRUST my clock. LOL
What about you? Are YOU an alarm clock?
We will be away from these ‘confusing computers’ for a few days. See you soon. Let’s take a ride!