November 29th, 2006

cat in the snow

snow insurance

All of my private lesson students have rescheduled their Thursday lessons due to the forcasted snow "storm" Wednesday night. I'm now wondering if there is such a thing as "snow insurance." You know, an insurance plan that will pay you the money you lost because your clients couldn't get to you in the snow. Sign me up! *grumble*
cat in the snow

trapped in luxury

Thanks for all the driving advice everyone. I actually won't be driving at all. There isn't anything I can think of at the moment that is worth putting myself and others at risk on the road. I also have a philosophy of never living anywhere that is not walking distance from a grocery store, in case of emergency. Granted the 9 block walk might be a bit chilly, but I'm getting tired of what I have in the fridge.

The snow still hasn't melted, so I expect today's private students to cancel as well. I feel a bit trapped here, but I am trapped in luxury. I have internet, tv with cable, a DVD I just got from Netflix, heat, food, and both a land line and a cell phone with which to reach friends. And unlike most folks, I don't have to be at a regular type job. Although I will still be working on a ton of admin type projects all day from home since registration for my 2007 classes opens up next week and I need to figure out the new online shopping cart system I just signed up for. I'd say I've got it pretty good. But I still feel a bit trapped.
socks and cat

Quote of the Day...

I haven't done these in a looooooong time. It's time to start up again. Today's quote:

You can discover what your enemy fears most by observing the means he uses to frighten you.

~Eric Hoffer (1902 - 1983)

Now it's your turn. Think of a time when some one was unkind or mean to you. What methods did they use? And based on those methods, what do you think they were afraid of?