5:15 AM-The phone rings as I work. "Due to the forecast, Nashoba Regional School District is closed for the day." A free day to do whatever I want, whenever I want... snow day magic.
6:00 AM I go back to bed, but I don't fall back asleep. That's okay, though, because if I need to I can take a nap later on... snow day magic.
7:00 AM A Peloton bike boot camp complete with a cool down ride and a ten minute stretch because there's no need to hustle to get out the door... snow day magic.
8:00 AM I finish cutting and moving podcast tracks, add the outro, and automate the music tracks for Friday's episode. Ready to publish three days early... snow day magic.
10:00 AM Time to prepare for 15 parent teacher conferences on Thursday... snow day magic.
11:00 AM Time to nap because my eyes are closing... snow day magic.
12:30 PM I watch the falling snow remembering how my dog, Buck, loved snow so much he ran joyful figure eights as it whirled around him... snow day magic.
1:00 PM Time to join the 2023 Slice of Life Story Challenge... snow day magic.
2:00 PM Even more time to prepare for parent teacher conferences... snow day magic.
3:15 PM Our Project Lit Book Club has our virtual author visit with Rajani LaRocca. She is as gracious, kind, and intelligent as ever and our students analyze Red, White, and Whole as if they were MFA candidates... snow day magic.
4:45 PM Out into the woods to one of my favorite places in the world with one of my favorite people in the world... snow day magic.
7:00 PM Time to talk with a friend... snow day magic.
7:30 PM Time to talk with my parents... snow day magic.
8:00 PM Time to squeeze in one more hour of conference prep... snow day magic.
9:00 PM Time to watch an episode of New Amsterdam with Tom.
10:00 PM Time to go to bed and give thanks for snow day magic.