Morning, all. We are getting our first real snow of the winter here in the KC area, and the kids are out of school with a snow day. This is one of those days when I'm practically giddy about being able to work from home, since a good snowstorm will turn the average morning commute into a multi-hour nightmare. My commute today? Walking down a short flight of stairs, stopping for breakfast, and then walking down another flight of stairs.
The funny thing is that when I got to the kitchen, there was a big stack of papers sitting on the counter top: the kids' schoolwork for the day, transmitted via email by their teachers. Ain't technology grand?
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