Friday, December 09, 2005

When to stay put at work

Boston had whiteout conditions this afternoon. When you can't see from one side of Huntington Avenue to the Prudential Center across the street, that's the time you want to stay warm and dry at work and get things done. Especially if it's also thunder and lightening outside.

Things cleared by 5 p.m., but the streets are a mess. The T was crowded, but not overly delayed.

Himself out in Lexington, really got whumped, and is waiting for the nice man with the plow with whom he has signed a contract for driveway clearing. Scary thing is, the nice man with the plow's voicemail says "memory full," which implies everyone else with a contract is also calling him to find out when he'll be out with the plow to clear their driveway.

On the other hand, Himself reports that the x-country skiing on the bikepath was quite nice in the late afternoon.

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