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Friday, December 09, 2005

Snow today

I chose to work from home today. The snow has just started and is forecasted to deliver about 8-10 inches here before it tapers off later today. They have called off school in Franklin so the lucky teachers (yes, Dolores) and students (yes, Carolyn) get to linger in bed for a bit before doing what they feel like on a "free" day.

Rather than park at the train station, take the train to the office, and then have to shovel out later, I'll work from the home base. No meetings scheduled that I can't do via the phone.

But while I work, Dolores and Carolyn have a free day. The discussion at supper last night was that Carolyn and her friends were getting together for some fun in the snow, as it is the first real big storm this season. Good for them. They are seniors this year and will be heading out into the real world of college and work sometime soon. Enjoy this age/time while they can.

If I had a free day; other than shoveling, and playing in the snow myself, I'd probably spend some extra time reading or blogging.

What would you do on a "free" day?

Comments on "Snow today"


Blogger Phil Gerbyshak said ... (11:05 PM) : 

Free days are few and far between for me too, but I have a few coming up at the end of the year this year thanks to saving some vacation so I can have some free days to myself.

What will I be doing?

Spending some much needed time with my wife, just relaxing;

Fixing up my blog, which I recently moved to TypePad instead of Blogger, so many of my posts look smushed;

Reading and listening to books that I've been meaning to get to all year;

Getting back on track at the gym, where I can listen to some of those books I need to catch up on, and get started on the road to in shape;

Editing my book 1 more time;

and enjoying some much needed planning time to ensure 2006 is even more successful than 2005!


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