We don’t celebrate Daylight Savings Time

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“Are you the priestess now?” I asked.
“Yes.”
“When do you hold services?”
“Solstices, equinoxes, holy days, moon phases. You came after the full moon, in the Dark Time. The new moon is tomorrow. Halloween is Friday. Daylight Savings Time ends on the first of November.”
“I’m going with you?”
“I would hope so.”
“That’s a lot of religion in one week.”
“Well, we don’t celebrate Daylight Savings Time, Donna.”

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