“Ringing In” Your Birthday
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« on: March 18, 2017, 11:51:41 pm »

First and foremost--to my fellow March 18th-born members (and to those born on the 19th as well)…


A birth date of March 18, acknowledgement and any celebrating of my birthday took place on March 18th...24 hours--midnight to midnight--from the 18th to the 19th. Allowable circumstances would have me extending the duration practically another full 24 hours--taking into account the fact that I was born at 11:55 PM--starting the “real” 24 hour period at the noted “official” time, 5 minutes before the conclusion of the first 24.

With the passing of more than 56 years, and all of that convoluted logic (scheming), only a couple of weeks ago the thought crossed my mind, and only for the first time. That was the first time ever, I thought of my time of birth relative to my place of birth.

Regarding time, everything has always been based on “local time”--date and time of all birthday-related stuff, and all 56 birthdays, with respect to my geographical location at that time--Pacific Daylight Time (PDT) in my case.

The first few were in Washington, and the rest from the 4th or 5th on, in California--each geared towards the local time and date--March 18th.

Adjusting everything, going by the numbers relative to birthplace…in Honolulu, Hawaii, 3 hours behind, it’s 11:55 PM, March 18th, and I have arrived!

In California however, the party’s been over--the 18th come and gone--and as far as the U.S. west coast is concerned, it’s March 19th!

So--hoping this makes some sense--to those familiar with the circumstances of being situated where the time zone difference between your current geographical location and your birthplace creates a difference in the dates of the locations…

Just out of curiosity, which date do you recognize your birthday on?

Do you mark the occasion based on your birthplace’s local time and date, or those of your current locale instead?

Now with a little less than 9 hours--or 12--to my Delivery-Day

Happy Birthday again to all of you--Pisces/Aries--with a birthday today, March 18th…or 19th!   Cheers

(Along with this post, I’ll be sure to update my previous age-related entries on the Forum as well. Cheesy)
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