What a week! Even with no school on Monday and half day on Wednesday, I was EXHAUSTED on Friday. I came home from school and took a nap.
Are you all tired of seeing all of my snow pictures? I will stop at the end of the month. It is supposed to warm up this week and hopefully most or all of the snow will melt. 🙂
I renewed my Peloton membership and got on my bike again! I told Kim about this class and if you have not taken it, please do. It is one of the best ones (or THE best one) I’ve taken so far. This is one class I will definitely take again.
I checked my profile and the last time I was on the bike was in August when I was in quarantine. Then I used the app mostly for running. Then I got bored with it and paused my membership. Cody is always fun but I also like Robin.
I had been away for so long that now I had to name my bike? Is that something new? I don’t remember having to do it when I first got the bike.
So here in Chicago after a snowstorm, some people like to clean up an area in front of their house and claim it as their parking spot. I don’t think I’ve ever had to do it. The last time we had a major storm in 2011, I parked in the garage, so there was no need for it. This time I actually went out and shoveled and claimed an area. Well, someone decided to take my spot anyway. Didn’t they see the items I had left? Luckily, I found parking in front of that car. The next day my neighbor took my spot because someone else had taken her spot. ¡Caramba! Hopefully soon this will not be an issue anymore.
An agreement was finally reached with the Union and the School District. There is a Board Meeting tomorrow in which all agreements will be officially signed. Here are the main things that were decided: Teachers will return to work on March 15 (meaning all teachers will report to their school building on said date) but we also have the option to work from home until March 15. Hybrid students will return on March 22nd. Those teachers that defied the initial order to go back to the building and as a result disciplinary actions were taken against them, all of those disciplinary actions will be rescinded. Looks like those that stayed home are laughing at me!
Linking up with Kim and Deborah for the Weekly Run Down.