Sandy has royally changed everything around here. I was blown away that the metro was closed down Monday and we just got word Tuesday as well. I even had my running store job cancelled for Monday night. In reality, the morning wasn’t that bad. My run was just like a normal run in the rain, definitely not the worst weather I have run in. We will see if Sandy shows its wrath. If anything, Tuesday is going to be worse than Monday. With the government and metro closed again Tuesday, that means I work from home again. Boo ya.
And a big heads up, next Tuesday I will be writing a pretty raw, honest post as part of Sloane’s new campaign – Freedom from Perfection. This is exactly what I have been wanting to do through my blogging and she really bit the bullet and got a great campaign going. (I just love being vague, intrigued yet?) Check out her blog for details of the #freEDom campaign and be sure to come back next week for my post. Submission can be made through email or using the twitter hashtag throughout the week so that she can compile them all in her Tuesday post.
I won’t let Sandy take my trade em ups away though!
I would trade… this waiting period for knowing what is ahead weather wise. It is always the worst to have so many warnings but really no definite answer of what to expect. I may or may not be working from home today, we may or may not lose power. Eek. Sandy you win on unpredictability.
I would trade… being stuck inside alone for who knows how long for an emergency buddy. Don’t get me wrong, I like living alone but in times when you are forced to be inside, kind of bites. Doesn’t help most of my crafts, knitting and movies are still at home in Boston. I know today I will most likely venture out in the afternoon, I just need to do something.
I would trade… my recent feeling of lack of direction for a clear path. I guess I am just feeling really unsure of where I am going. I know I am thinking too far ahead but at the same time it is hard not to. I keep wanting to feel secure in my decisions I make, but I don’t. It is hard for me to just let go and allow life to happen. I am a stubborn girl to say the least.
I would trade… spending the work from home days in my apartment for actually at home. My mom got off Monday and most likely Tuesday as well. I would have just loved being at home with her hanging out. I mean how ideal would that be?
Surprisingly I just kind of out of it today. Maybe it is the whacked schedule or lack of human interaction, but I just feel bleh. I am just trying to keep myself occupied by plugging away at my to do list. I have a feeling this post will be changed multiple times over the course of Monday before it actually posts. It’s that kind of day.
Questions: Did Sandy give you another day off? What kept you occupied if you didn’t have to work? What is your favorite stay inside activity?