This break wasn't so much a break as it was a week-long unstructured work period.
Monday: I spent much of the day being lazy--until I had to shovel a path from the garage to the road (not a long distance, but there was a lot of snow).
Tuesday: Mom and I went skiing. I planned on getting homework done, but ended up not having enough time.
Wednesday: Mom and I went to town, and then I finally got homework done.
Thursday: Mom and I went skiing again and this time the snow was a lot better. ...and I did more homework.
Friday: You guessed it: more homework. Mom and I also played Cat-opoly. She won, though not without landing on "Fleas" immediately after passing "Scat" several times (meaning that the $200 that she got for passing "scat" went to pay for the fleas, which also cost $200--that's some expensive flea medication), and howls of laughter from both of us.
Saturday: I did almost everything that I needed to do to apply for summer jobs, but because a few places have application forms and neither of us picked them up, I decided to wait and do all my job-hunting stuff when I come home for the summer. A lot of the places that I apply to every year are closed for the winter when I do the rounds during break, anyway.
Sunday: I spent much of the day on the road. This time the buses were on time for much of the trip.
I tried to get work done, but I think I'm just too tired.
Tomorrow is the beginning of NBCCD's mid-term assessment week and then they are on break the following week. No wonder the break snuck up on me this year.