But i feel its also frightful.
My patients are bound to slip,
if we don't clean up the snow.
Ok, so i come from living in the States where it is second nature to clean up snow, for the paths to be cleared by 8am in places like hospitals, shopping centres and the streets of conscientious neighborhoods. But i really am shocked by how poorly the hospital grounds are dealt with here. Patients have to walk through slush and uncleared snow to move around the hospital grounds. I also have to walk in the slop and slush to go from my clinic room to the workshop. Thus bringing in snow and making the floor wet in my clinic.
But other than that, and the terrifying thought of driving in the snow, its really pretty outside, light fluffy snow fell on me as i walked in to work this morning. We got about 2 inches last night and its still there now. I'm hoping for a full on thaw by Thursday but i know that's not going to happen. It will be a slow drive home.
Hopefully i will brave the roads tonight to get to my spin class, or at least the gym. I have been eating chocolates none stop. Like really, i have NO self control when it comes to chocolates and free ones, forget it! I haven't run or anything since Sunday. I'm starting to feel bad, not for not exercising, but because of what I'm eating. tonight i will sweat though, one way or another!!