Snow day for some

January 28, 2009
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The snow that moved through much of Indiana Tuesday and today has dumped a foot or more of snow in some places. Of course, it made the commute home yesterday and to work today interesting in the metro Indianapolis area. It took me 30 minutes yesterday to get to a place that normally takes no more than 10 minutes. This morning, after attempting to dig my car out, I realized there was no way I’d make it in without the help of an SUV. Thankfully, I knew someone who could pick me up.

News reports are saying this is the most snow we’ve received at one time in years in the Indianapolis area. Some courts and even colleges are closed because of it, which is a rare occurrence. I can’t recall Indiana University in Bloomington closing because of the snow when I was there.

I’m curious how other people fared getting into work or school this morning. Were you able to make it in or did you have to take a personal day? Does your office or job allow you to telecommute?
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  • Even though I could not leave my parking spot without atleast an hour of digging myself out, I worked from home.

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