Celebrating the Small Things February 5, 2016



This is the Celebrating the Small Things blog hop, run by Lexa Cain and her two wonderful co-hosts L.G. Keltner @ Writing Off The Edge and Tonja Drecker @ Kidbits.
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Today I am celebrating the fact that I am at home at this moment and watching the snow shift down.

I started out heading for work with the snow falling all around me like miniature stars speckling my windshield.  Snow is so pretty, but you have to understand and respect it if you are in an automobile.

I made it safely to work and found one other person there.  No one else.  My employer had declared a ‘snow day’ but had sent the announcement rather late.  My coworker and I had a good laugh, I shook the snow from my hair and my boots, settled down at my desk, and started working.

Only a fool would try to drive back during rush hour among a pack of people who forget, from snowstorm to snowstorm, that snow/slush/ice exist and are dangerous.





I accomplished a great many things and then, at lunch time, headed home to enjoy my Snow Day.








4 comments on “Celebrating the Small Things February 5, 2016

  1. Enjoy Diana! I had a five snow days last week, it was wonderful (smile) Blessings!

  2. Lexa Cain says:

    Snow days are awesome! Too bad no one thought to call people and get the word out so you didn't have to drive in and back again. Stay cozy and warm and enjoy the extra day added to the weekend to do whatever you want!

  3. T. Drecker says:

    How nice to have a snow day!But what a pain to not have anyone tell people and drive back and forth like that. Enjoy the warmth inside!

  4. Snow days sound amazing! We don't get snow here, so no snow days.

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