|Come on ... I need more snow than this!|
So, I'd jump right up and do my regular morning routine. Otherwise, something would feel "off" to me and I couldn't enjoy my day.
I'd end up at my desk with a hot beverage of some sort and my bujo. (Bullet journal for the un-informed.) I would then list every task I could think of to do in my wonderful "free" day. This list would include things that would take me all week if I actually had time to do them; but, I love to list so I would find joy in it.
Then, if it was a perfect day, I'd work in peace and quiet until about 1 p.m. I mean, if it was a perfect snow day, there'd be no power outages and my internet speed would be quick as a flash. Most snow days, however, the lights would flicker, and if we still had internet, every kid out of school would be online slowing my service down to a crawl.
But, I digress. Back to my perfect day. Around one p.m. - or three, depending on how productive I'd been, I'd position myself on my comfy couch-recliner with my favorite white fuzzy throw and then binge watch Fixer Upper, switching occasionally to my newest obsession on Netflix, "Flash Point."
Of course, I'd have my trusty bujo by my side to jot down any inspirational thoughts (or additional tasks) that would come to mind.
I also might read some, since I never get to do that except on lunch hours at work.
On a perfect day, I'd already have a batch of one of my yummy soups in the fridge, so I'd warm that up for dinner.
And then, I'd get back to reading, note-taking and binge-watching, possibly all at the same time. I'd probably do all that until way past my bedtime.
The next morning, I'd be dragging out of bed, wishing for another snow day!
It's funny that the Writer's Workshop prompt 3. "Write about how you would spend the perfect Snow Day" was scheduled for this week. We had a storm forecast for Thursday night that would SURELY make Friday a snow day. Alas, barely an inch of powdery stuff showed up and I had to go to work after all!
This is my lunchtime lament: I'd be so happy at home ... if today was a snow day!
Thanks, Kat, for featuring my post from last week, The Best Part of My Day. I would say more about it, but I've got to go back to work since ... NO SNOW!
What would your day look like if it was a snow day? Leave a comment, or link up your own post at Kat Bouska's blog, Mama's Losin' It.