Blizz: take II
Some winters one Blizzard isin't enough, so they keep rollin' on up the Eastern seaboard n make me shovel a ton of white stuff in order to get in n out of the building. This one is again hitting the SouthEast of the state hardest n more, (Where I live).
Of course, bitter, life-threatening cold temperatures n snowfall is never enough reason to cancel work, even when authorities have the sense to cancel schools a day ahead. But they do tell us the day before to come in very early to finish early, so the delivery is out before the bulk of the Storm makes it impossible for the drivers to return. Not to do it would mean eating an unpaid day...
So after missing regular sleep on Monday- in order to wash blankets to keep my indoor allergies in check at the village laundrymat, now closed on my Days Off - I had to go into work 8 hours earlier after barely getting another two hours of sleep. Somehow the constant movement kept me alert.
Then I got home about 6 pm, when normally I'd just be in the first stage of the daily production, right in the middle of storminess. TG tomorrow is Day Off! My feet are throbbing, n I'm exhausted, but all keyed up on too much tea caffeine. My poor eyeballs are red as a beet, also protesting the lack of restorative slumber.
Yet here I am, attempting to post, due to my two day withdrawal from not having time to be online unless giving up my 2-hour pittance of zzz s...
You better believe I'll sleep a double before shovel time - right, after I see if this works today. Reading time tomorrow probably. Clean blankets, here I come... zzz
Pic is the Boat Ramp Beach the day after Blizz I.