Saw this above screenshot of a tweet being shared and found it funny. Though I immediately wanted to compose my own:
- Dec 23: Vacation Day
- Dec 24: Christmas Eve (company holiday)
- Dec 25: Christmas Day/Saturday
- Dec 26: Boxing Day/Sunday
- Dec 27: Christmas Holiday Observance (company holiday)
- Dec 28 – 30: Combo of vacation days and odd company holidays
- Dec 31: New Year’s Eve
- Jan 1: New Year’s Day/Saturday
- Jan 2: Sunday
- Jan 3: New Year Holiday Observance (company holidays)
- Jan 4: Back to Reality
I’m totally on board with the idea that for those of us who take at least a week off for the holidays that time does become a fog and the notion of weekdays and non-weekdays is tenuous at best.
My husband went back to work Tuesday. Which means that I kept thinking it was Monday.
Seattle and the surrounding area is currently under a blanket of snow. The first flurries hit our neighborhood late on Christmas Even, but the real snow didn’t start until very late Christmas. I’ve bee trying to keep the hummingbird feeder thawed out with mixed success. The birds have been extra competitive for food in the cold.
The main roads seem to be drivable, but we can’t get out of our street without dealing with one steep hill or the other, and I have been hearing tires spinning out on the closer of those hills. I may have to head to the grocery store on foot if for no other reason to pick up some prescriptions if the roads don’t improve.
I’d had hopes for today, because the weather report a few days ago said the temperature would get above freezing for a while that day… but now it’s 28° and the forecast is it’s going to stay below 30F.