The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

12 Jul

The Good

While I love working in The District, I do not love my commute.  I leave my house at 6:30 in the morning and 12 hours later I am back home.  Never mind the commuter bus and two trains I take to get there.  After a year of doing this, I started looking for opportunities on my side of the river.  Well, that day has finally came and I will be working in Tyson’s Corner, which isn’t too bad, just a 30 minute ride on the Tyson’s Express and I am at work.  Did I mention how close I am to the mall?  My lunch time shall rock!!!!


The Bad

Working in Tyson’s the possibility of me actually driving to work is nil.  I would have to get on at 66 and I heard that whole strip of highway will suck the soul out of you in no time flat.  Furthermore, we all know how I feel about driving up here.


The Ugly

The Silver Line will be open by the time my son graduates from high school….


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