NORTH CAROLINA — It's almost that time of year again. Soon, we'll be adjusting clocks and getting that celebrated extra hour of sleep. Skies will darken faster as the days grow shorter. 

While most look forward to the added rest in the fall, each November and March the debate on whether we should hold on to the practice renews. 

Shifting time around first started in the U.S. in 1918 though it began in other countries earlier, according to a Spectrum News 1 story that explores its origins. 

Since its beginnings in the U.S. though, a couple of states have opted to end it, and some N.C. lawmakers are also for a halt a moving the clocks twice a year. 

Weigh in here and let us know if you are for or against continuing it.