Letters to Tuvia Y3/#sol18 3/20: Fixated


Final  session for our school team at Cornwall is scheduled for tomorrow.  Agenda is set, teachers are ready, guest presenter is psyched!  Today I’m set to create a small set of slides.  All good…


Another Nor’easter is scheduled to snow on my parade.

Sunday, I sent out the dreaded email to the Asst Superintendent suggesting we find a snow date, just in case the early predictions for tomorrow are correct. She shot back- UGH Yes... Then the snow routine began- possible dates from my calendar, texts to Tom, group emails….Gail to her principals… We were all still hoping that it was just a good practice to be prepared, but the weather reports were becoming more and more specific and certain that, Nor’easter 4 will become a reality late tonight.

Later today I will still create that final keynote and then it will be ready for April 5 if necessary.

Guaranteed, not everyone will be able to be at the table with this change but what can we do? I do take Mother Nature seriously.  I have lots of food in the refrigerator and I just hold my breath that the power doesn’t leave me in the dark and by April 5, let’s hope it’s really spring and snow dates are put away with the boots and snow tires.

March, I hate you!!!!! My fault- we always ran away in March… I need to run away 🙂

Miss our March escapes…

Bonnie S.

5 thoughts

  1. I can’t believe how this winter has wreaked havoc on so many people’s plans. The 95 Corridor has been impacted much worse than us.

    That said, I have a busy day scheduled
    for tomorrow. They’re predicting 0-18” so who knows what’ll happen!

  2. Weather, always a factor this time of year. We just start thinking it’s spring and a cold wind blows in snow, ugh! Glad you are ready to go or stay.

  3. Oh, I hope it all works out for you. I am so glad I did not schedule any east coast events this year… usually I make several trips during the winter. But nothing scheduled this year. I am so GLAD. Then my husband was suppose to be in DC this week and it was changed to April … again so GLAD. I think being stranded by weather is one of the worst travel experiences anyone can have.

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