Another Note on the Relativity of Time

On the last post I used a picture of my watch. It was fortunate I had a picture to relate to time. As I’ve only got one picture you’ have to put up with it again.However, I do have some confessions to make.

I have several watches. When I’m not wearing them I pull the winder halfway out – this stops the watch and saves the battery. I also need reading glasses, so though I can reset the time easily enough I have trouble with reading the date, so never bother. In other words, the date on the watch was wrong when I took the picture. And is never right apart from by coincidence.

Somehow I get by.

Time, as I say, is flexible.

Does anyone else have this problem with the date on watches?

29 thoughts on “Another Note on the Relativity of Time

  1. Lavinia Ross

    My watch is an old cheap digital diving watch I bought on Cape Cod 20 years ago. No way to stop it other than remove the battery, which seems to last 4 or 5 years anyway.

      1. Laurie Graves

        Me, too! Can’t afford more expensive ones. But I must say that for the price, Fossil watches, and its offshoot, Relic, are very attractive.

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