LET IT SNOW, LET IT SNOW, LET IT SNOW
And since I've no place to go, I'm at work. Library work, not teaching work. Every school everywhere is closed today, so I have opted out of the "one hour drive that will take six hours to drive today" commute to the land of singing students. My emergency weather emails have now started to include a grocery list, which managed to catch my attention, right before I started laughing...
If you must travel the roads, be sure to include blankets, flashlights, food, water, one trashy novel, your last will and testament and a large IDIOT sticker to affix to your forehead, in the eventuality that you are stranded.
My Tiny office assistant extraordinaire has set up camp with an armful of DVD's. By the looks of her supplies, it seems she expects to be stuck for eight or nine days, rather than eight or nine hours. Although she brought an overwhelming number of things to do, I can guarantee you I'll hear the phrase "I'm bored" at least once today.
Meanwhile, I'm going to see if I can enlist this guy to help me shovel out my office. I'm also coveting his 007 cleaning supplies velcro belt -- I'm surprised Martha hasn't thought of one of these. Sweet!
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