As of today, starting Sunday night, Bend, Oregon—the city I call home—will have experienced its biggest February snowstorm in more than a century.
What does this mean professionally? It means the past few days have been spent entertaining my two kiddos—whose schools are closed—with adventures in snowbanks that tower over their head, shoveling feet upon feet of fresh snow, and watching and re-watching Disney’s Pocahontas and Ralph Breaks the Internet.
It also means any and all Cascade Cadence work gets done at night, long after the kids are asleep.
But it is getting done, and done well! Such is the life of an entrepreneur.
And I wouldn’t have it any other way.
Here are a couple pictures from the neighborhood. And if I can get everything done and meet all my deadlines before the week is out, you’d better believe I’m heading up to Mount Bachelor for a “once-in-a-century” powder day!
Apologies if I’m slow to reply to email! If so, it’s because I’m playing with my kids or shoveling out our home!