I have to say the work pattern I've had so far is the strangest I've had when I've started a job. I started writing this last night, waiting to see if work was going to be open today due to the snow storm. I worked 3 days last week, then had a 4-day weekend, and now a snow storm. We were sent home at 4pm yesterday, which is actually my current end time, and I was waiting last night for the announcement. The first announcement was a 2-hour delay, but I wouldn't have been surprised if they ended up delaying more or canceling work altogether. And they did close work this morning, when I was eating breakfast. Don't worry, I woke up naturally with no alarm.
Two weeks of work, totaling 5 days. It's quite a strange start to work, but since I'm still doing training modules and reading up on policies, I won't be missing much.
And I'm pretty sure I'm making people nervous with my Texas license plate. I know what I'm doing, but they don't know that. I spent 12 years in Boston, 8 of those years driving, and since I have a January birthday, some drivers' ed classes happened during snow storms too. My first actual driving lesson was in snow. Don't worry, I will be getting a Colorado plate, but apparently they're quite pricey, and I don't want the simple general plate. Heck no! The state has many charity plates, and there's one for Adopt a Shelter Pet. That's the one I want. It comes with a paw print right in the middle of the license plate. From the sounds of it, I have to save up since it's pricey, then part of the fee goes to charity. Of course, I'll be dealing with the DMV too, and all I can think of is Zootopia:
I'm totally Judy Hopps, and may have to download a brand new book to make it through the ordeal.