I don’t think I’m supposed to get a snow day in grad school.
I don’t think I’m supposed to get a snow day in grad school in Malibu.
I don’t think I’m supposed to get two snow days in grad school in Malibu.
But… guess what I got?
Just so we’re clear, it’s not snowing in Malibu. In Indiana, though, in Indy it’s really snowing.
Snowing to the point of flight cancellations and power outages (none that lasted more than a minute at my house) and completely breathtaking scenery.
Snow days used to be filled with sledding and drinking hot chocolate and watching loads of movies, and guess what? They still are. Shouldn’t every day be full of those things? Some would say that they shouldn’t; no one would ever get anything done. I agree (I accomplished very little today), but I do think there’s something magical about a snow day and a cup of hot chocolate. It’s something that we should try to recreate and recognize when it comes without the flakey fanfare.
I wish you a snow day, not necessarily one 12 inches deep, but one that’s full of laughing and play and magic. That’s the kind of snow day we’re all supposed to get.