Not the week to travel

I was supposed to start the new year off with a business trip to Washington DC. A series of meetings and onboarding a new team member. Last week when snow and record low temperatures shut down all travel out of Seattle I rescheduled my flight, pushing it out to today thinking the additional day would reduce the risk of weather-related disruptions. Alas. Although the rains have now washed the snow from Seattle’s streets, a separate storm system dumped snow on DC last night. Flight canceled.

The upside: I get to sleep in my own bed. Less chance of exposure during the omicron spike. The downside: Another week of work-from-home monotony. Sigh.

UPDATE: In other news, Alaska has helpfully rebooked me on a flight tomorrow night. To San Francisco. Lol.


  1. Anonymous · · Reply

    I suspected this is how your travel plans would turn out. But, at least you’re home and not stuck waiting things out in the DC airport!
    – Lady

    Liked by 2 people

    1. Me too!


  2. Amen to Lady’s comment!

    And also, (in The Count’s voice) Three! Three trips cancelled by snow! Ah, ah, ah…

    Liked by 2 people

  3. Vanessa · · Reply

    You are likely much safer at home these days!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Yeah, you’re right. DC isn’t doing well with the omicron variant.


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