The flight is long coming from Italy, yet only about
half as long as trips from the US. We got in around 9pm, strong winds pummelled us as we walked from the plane to the terminal. Once inside you join the flood
of people headed through the immigration check. You stand in line for window 1
to pay for a visa. They direct you to window 2 where you stand in line to get a
visa. Then it’s on to window 3, where you stand in line to get your visa
stamped. A mix of all kinds of people, all ages, all nationalities, all tired,
all just wanting to get through to the luggage wait. Of course there are a lot
of people who already have visas, who only have to wait in the last line. J had collected our luggage by the time I got through
all the lines. We headed outside and found Bob waiting for us. Yes, Bob. He was
our driver. Frank was also there, and we would get to know Frank much better
over the next week. Frank was chief guide on our trip and would lead us up the
mountain. It’s about an hour drive…
This is my first Stitch fix in a while, and first since starting work again. It's also the first one in which I'm buying the whole box.
Yes, it is perfect. This stylist, named Jin, totally got me. My colors, my styles, and everything fits!! I will be incorporating probably all of these pieces into my long weekend in Denver at the end of the month. My cousin is getting married, and these pieces are great for travel and dress.
I got some sad news today, so this was a needed pick-me-up.
Here you go, pics aren't the greatest and I apparently need to dust my full-length mirror.
I haven't posted in forever. I have not been writing. I haven't even been reading. What have I been doing?
And working some more.
Winter is the busy season at Outdoor Rec. We rent ski and snowboard equipment, as well as leading ski/snowboard trips every weekend. So it's "all hands on deck" some days of the week.
Three of my coworkers took vacation time over the holidays. At one point, that left 2 of us to work the front, 1 trip leader/maintenance guy/viking, and the managers. We had the boss's boss coming in to help out a few times.
My point in all this, is that this period just ended. The vacation period, anyway. Everyone is back to work, and after working 8 days in a row (some half days, but still), I finally got some time off. I've been having migraines, but I'm starting to think they are associated with work and the stress of this season. And the fluorescent lights. When I get a couple days off, I feel so much better.