In my house, that's a daunting task. The Grandfather Clock, the two stove clocks, 3 alarm clocks in my room, 3 mantle clocks, and many others.
But one of my favorites is this guy:
My Uncle George brought him back from Germany to my grandmother in the 1950s. A couple of months ago, he decided he wasn't going to run and cuckoo any more, and that made me sad. So my son in law found a cuckoo clock repair man down where they live, and took my clock to that guy. It cost me an absurd $250, but my grandmother's cuckoo clock is now cleaned, with new hands, and new bellows, so the cuckoo now has a nice resonance (and now I know that my clock is from the 1930s, in the Black Forest in Germany). I think many members of my household aren't fond of the bird, but I do love him.
So, be sure your clocks are set back, so you aren't late to work, school or play tomorrow! Happy Sunday, everyone!