When it came time for people to turn their clocks back an hour, I couldn't do this on my wristwatch. It's digital and has a whole bunch of settings on it. For example, if I press one button, the clock face lights up and is easier for me to see. But there are others that are more complicated. Another sets it on military time. Still another sets beeps to go off. All of these are tiny and, with my limited eyesight, make it difficult if not impossible for me to work with. So whenever I need to reset the time on it, I return to the store chain we all know and love...Wal-mart. It is to retch.
I recently tried avoiding this by asking someone I know if she might be able to help. She did her best, but ended up setting the watch 12 hours behind on military time without realizing it. Oh, well.
At Wal-Mart, I turned my watch over to the lady at the jewelry counter and asked if she could be of help. After studying my Timex watch for about 10 minutes, she flagged down another employee. He was glad to help and reset my watch accordingly. However, the lady proved herself inept by accidentally pulling the pin out of the watch's band. Unable ro put it back, my watch was pretty well useless! Embarassed, the lady gave me a replacement which I didn't have to buy.
I hope many of you don't go through incidents like this much. I avoid Wal-Mart as much as possible.