I cannot let the snowfall pass without at least one blog
There was plenty of snow overnight, resulting in a good 5 or 6 inches on the ground this morning. Though the side roads have been ploughed overnight, I do not expect any of my staff who drive to work to get in. That leaves Anne (my wife and office manager) and me, who both walk to work, to staff the office today.
That's not a problem: with no post or Document Exchange deliveries (it's the snow, you know), we are only dealing with phone calls and emails - and catching up on "back office" stuff such as planning my new website - details soon - and revising my terms of business
However, I was a tad upset when Anne commented, "It's lucky we can walk to work" - It's not luck: we planned for this; it's why we moved office from Cranbrook to Tenterden: so we do not have to use the car daily and so we can walk to work!
I love it when a plan comes together - but I'm looking forward to things getting back to normal
Thursday, 2 December 2010
Deep and crisp and even
Posted by Abaddon the scrivener at 08:48
Labels: communitarianism, local, small towns, Tenterden
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