On New Year’s Eve we dumped on with nearly two feet of snow.
My burrowing and tunneling instincts kicked in first thing in the morning as I went about locating my van under a lump of white, digging it out and creating a path to the road.
The roads were a different story, but at least I wasn’t stuck in my driveway any more.
Because I have to say, I HATE being stuck at home. Especially because of the weather.
Usually when it snows, I have an irresistible compulsion to go to the store and get something, or go to a coffee house and spend time away drinking coffee and writing.
I’ll finish my errand, dig out my car again, and go back home.
I don’t like it when my business is stuck either. If things get slow and quiet there is always a path to be dug, a person that you can talk to, and a new way to contact people who are interested in your product.
That’s what drives me in what I do. There is always a path forward to meet new customers.
Sometimes you have to tromp through the snow to make the path.
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