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Winter Makes Me Work Long Hours

The real question here is how much more of this can I take?! The recent "march dump" has really got me thinking about the future and how many more winters I can take in the northeast.

The real question here is how much more of this can I take?! The recent "march dump" has really got me thinking about the future and how many more winters I can take in the northeast.

The only saving grace is that I have a golf trip coming up that is exactly what I need to get me out of my winter — working 12-16 hours a day just to give my hard earned money to the government — slump. Regardless, I am headed to PICO to ride some of this late winter snow tomorrow, only my second time on the hill this season, lame, I know, so at least I am TRYING to enjoy one of the snowiest winters on record. But do I really have to with the type of profession I have? Do I want to any longer? Not really, but still to be determined...

For now I will take advantage of the bitter cold and sit at my desk, in my chair, on my uneven office floor, that makes me roll to the left all day long but I don't because a rug keeps me in place, and get shit done. God knows I have plenty of work to do!

I know what's coming, I know my favorite time of year is almost here. Golf Spring, Golf Summer, Golf Fall, Golf Late Fall — these are the best times of year in the northeast, at least for me.

My clients know they can reach me at my office when it's this cold outside, but come summer time, the JEG office hours are going to get cut this year so please take note. 9:30 AM - 3 PM all SPRING & SUMMER long!! 3-4 PM by appointment only as long as we can talk while I make my way down the 1st or 10th fairway and not slow down play :)

I feel better already...now back to work...it's only 7:37 PM, I can get in another 4-5 hours today. Why the hell not!! It will all pay off in the end, I just do not want to work until the end, I guess that is why I work to the bone now.

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