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Ms. Mod
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Jul 10, 2006
50,873
147,368
Maine
Hello. Any news on this?
Completely dropped off my radar but even though it's January, I've spent very little time in the office because of my work-at-home days and the days the office hasn't been open due to weather. I'll send myself an email as a reminder. We might actually get a break in the weather tomorrow so will be in if all goes well.
 

blunthead

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Aug 2, 2006
80,755
195,449
Atlanta GA
Hello. Any news on this?
Completely dropped off my radar but even though it's January, I've spent very little time in the office because of my work-at-home days and the days the office hasn't been open due to weather. I'll send myself an email as a reminder. We might actually get a break in the weather tomorrow so will be in if all goes well.
No, you stay at home with leg up.
 

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Ms. Mod
Administrator
Jul 10, 2006
50,873
147,368
Maine
No, you stay at home with leg up.
Have gotten to where I don't need to do that now but if school is cancelled again because of the weather, I will be working from home. Today was a work-at-home day anyway but would have been home because of the weather closing Bangor schools. If this keeps up they'll be making up some days in June. They must be close to having maxed out their allowance for the year and we've still got February and March to get through--both potentially heavy snow months.
 

blunthead

Well-Known Member
Aug 2, 2006
80,755
195,449
Atlanta GA
Have gotten to where I don't need to do that now but if school is cancelled again because of the weather, I will be working from home. Today was a work-at-home day anyway but would have been home because of the weather closing Bangor schools. If this keeps up they'll be making up some days in June. They must be close to having maxed out their allowance for the year and we've still got February and March to get through--both potentially heavy snow months.
I saw that a big storm is heading for Maine. :down:
 

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Ms. Mod
Administrator
Jul 10, 2006
50,873
147,368
Maine
33" is way too many! I'm just afraid you're going to slip and fall.
I'm being pretty careful but ice is more of a problem than the snow when it comes to slipping. Most of the snow has been pretty dry because the temperatures have been colder so not as much ice and I haven't been venturing too far on the few occasions when the weather has been nice enough to be outside.
 

blunthead

Well-Known Member
Aug 2, 2006
80,755
195,449
Atlanta GA
I'm being pretty careful but ice is more of a problem than the snow when it comes to slipping. Most of the snow has been pretty dry because the temperatures have been colder so not as much ice and I haven't been venturing too far on the few occasions when the weather has been nice enough to be outside.
Ok, good. I know you're being careful because you're smart and patient.
 
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