>Well, despite my arguments to the contrary, we actually have snow again in Baggins Bottom, and it’s quite good snow too. When I got up for work this morning it was still snowing quite heavily, so I decided to research public transport and come in by bus and train. I fired an email off to my boss, packed a rucksack, dressed appropriately and headed off.
Then I realised I didn’t have my pass for work, but that was ok, they’d let me in via Reception. Then I remembered my office key is on my pass, but that was ok, I’d ask facilities to let me in. Then I thought of the key that opens the filing cabinet where I store my laptop … and I decided to head back home to get said pass and keys. By the time I got to my house I would have missed the next bus. But as the snow was still soft and wet I decided to chance the car …
It didn’t take me long to drive in, there was hardly any traffic on the roads, and the main roads were very clear. Even at work they’ve been shovelling snow, but we could do with some grit on the footpaths.
And so I made it in (the filing cabinet wasn’t actually locked …) and I’m going to save everything and anything I can work on and head home again before it all freezes. I’ve had no material for the activity annual, but the goal posts have been changed so I think we’re revisiting that situation. It does mean I wasted the last 5 days waiting for it, though.
My new phone arrived so I’ll also be playing with that.
Below you will find the first of my Write Brain exercises. Email me if you want to know what the basic exercise is, in case it’s not clear from what I’ve posted.