Once that car is road-ready, there is the slow careful drive to Metro-North. Patches of black ice are everywhere. On the platform at the railroad station there will be 15-minutes added to the wait time, yes, becaue of weather conditions. There is no telling how difficult the train and car rides will be tonight when they attempt to return home.
Meanwhile we who telecommute live in terror of running out of supplies, such as copy paper or toner for our printer.
We can't look forward to getting out of our home office tonight to freeload at Barnes & Noble, reading magazines in the cafe we will not buy.
Nerves are frayed by cabin fever. Those who dare to be gregarious in public spaces like the elevator are risking their lives.
It is 9:39 A.M. and already there seems to be more than the four inches of snow predicted for the whole of the 14th snow storm in this geographic area.