Narragansett lost power during the blizzard last Friday. After spending an uncomfortable winter night in Rhode Island, my family and I went back to Connecticut for the day. The car trip, which typically takes 2 hours, was nearly 4.5-5 hours long. The rest stop alone took nearly 45 minutes, because Subway was the only food chain open.
Nemo, Day 1
Nemo, Day 2
The university was closed Monday, as well as last Friday, so everybody is fairly disoriented. All of my work has piled up and it’s gotten a little overwhelming.
On Tuesday, I stayed late at Gossip for a community event co-sponsored by the I Love Wickford Association and the Wickford Art Association. Each store in Wickford center showcased one piece of artwork by a local artist–Gossip showcased “She’s Got It” by Sarah Tallarico.
Yet, in the midst of all the craziness, I was able to get my hair cut today at JF3 Salon in Newport–I donated a foot of hair. I have donated my hair several times before, but I can’t seem to remember if this was the fifth, sixth, or seventh time I’ve donated it.
Superstorm Nemo has really thrown me even more off track than I was before. Hopefully I’ll be better organized and energized after the long weekend.