It's snowing. It does that in New England people! Apparently they've decided that all "non-essential" personnel from my organization can stay home, but clinicians are considered essential. Whatever. I left my house at 7:30am, walked in the door at work at 8:40am. I took the train, and it usually takes me 90+ min to get here. Not today, bus and train were deserted. I win. I am also wearing jeans in a giant FU to corporate because there's no way I'm wearing nice clothes when the snowbanks that I have to climb over to get to the bus are up to my knees. There's 6 inches of snow here where I work, but there's over 18 15 miles Northwest where I live. I dug my Sorrels out of the attic so that my feet stay warm and toasty and then put on dress socks and flats when I got here. I feel like I'm back in 4th grade, wearing boots and bringing indoor shoes.

Fear Factory came onto my Ipod as I was walking in, and I decided that I need to make a Metal station on Pandora. So now I'm happily listening to Fear Factory, Pantera, Slipknot and the like. It seems wonderfully subversive to me. :D

I'm supposed to go either snow-tubing or xc skiing this weekend in Albany. Tubing is $25, but skiing is free, so I think I'd rather go skiing.