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Sunday, February 21, 2010

Sunny Escape

From snow to the sun! I found out on Thursday that I will be attending our Annual Meeting this week in Boca Raton (pic of resort below). I cannot wait to escape the snow for a few days. Our schedule is full of meetings and various sessions, but at least I should be able to run outside every morning and I am positive that I won't see any snow for a whole week. Off to finish packing!

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Word of the Week

...SNOW. Yes, it just stopped snowing yesterday. I have not been in to the city to go to work for one week since I worked from home last Friday. We got an additional 12 inches of snow yesterday and the conditions warranted a blizzard warning because of high winds and snow drifts. I am getting restless. I should be scrapbooking. I should finish cleaning. Should I try and do tons of projects around the house that I have been thinking about? Believe it or not, I have been content reading, watching a little tv and one movie a day. But now I am getting anxious for all this snow to be done because I want to get out of the house.

Saturday, February 6, 2010

A REAL Snow Day

My goodness, if I thought there was snow on Wednesday, then I don't even know what to call our current 22+ inch accumulation. Some are calling it snowpocalypse or snowmageddon, I'm just looking at it in disbelief. This is the second time this winter that we have had this much snow at once. We went to be with about eight inches on the ground and woke up to nearly twenty.

We did go out and frolic around a bit and saw a snow plow pass by our street three times without turning into our neighborhood so I'm not sure how long we'll be stuck. My wonderful husband did spend a few hours shoveling our driveway, but the snow in the road is still knee-deep.

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Snow Day!

Remember how excited you were as a child waiting to hear if school was closed or merely delayed after a snowfall? I felt like that last night as Brad and I stood at our front door looking at the snowflakes that had been falling for five hours, hoping it would be "enough" to keep both of us working from home. Well, if you are wondering what happened, I am home and he is not. The major roads have been properly maintained, but the train was likely to be a mess as was the hilly drive to the station so I am working from home. I hope to get outside for a bit after I get some work done and take some photos - will post then!