With all of the excitement about the big storm heading our way, I was upset not to have a snow day today. I had never thought snow days were possible once you were out of elementary school, but after last year’s Snowpocolypse and getting snowed in for almost 2 days, I am a big fan of ‘Adult’ Snow Days! Sadly, today was not one of them. I knew last night driving to my parent’s that it was too good to be true. Our office was too prepared, with a phone tree and everything. Plus, I’m just not lucky enough to spend the day lounging around on my couch as opposed to powering through my 12th STRAIGHT DAY at work. I woke up absolutely exhausted, and not quite sure I’d make it through the day! The snow was beautiful, and I did enjoy the view of my parent’s backyard as I ate breakfast (my wonderful mom made me veggie eggs).
Although this view is never quite as beautiful!
I did enjoy the quick commute to work and the gorgeous iced tree branches.
10 hours later, my work day was over. I was as sore as if I’ve been tri training, yet I haven’t worked out all week and I don’t feel like the best version of myself. On the BRIGHT side…it was a successful weekend of class and I was able to apply all my new knowledge with my patients this week. The BRIGHTER note…we have a mostly quiet weekend ahead. I drove home with no traffic (I guess some people DID get a snow day), and I was happy to finally be moving out of my car.
I walked into a super clean house (thank you cleaning service) and a BIG SURPRISE…
A beautifully set dinner table and stunning flowers!
And guess who made a vegetarian dinner???
Spinach and garlic stuffed Portobello mushrooms,
With potatoes, broccoli, and onions,
And some extra cheese for the BOY.
He even treated us to a fancy desert.
It is soooo good to be home!