It's the last workweek of the year, and just about half of American workers have been in the office.
If that sounds like a drag, well, meet Louise Tucker-Mitchell.
She works for Enterprise Rent-A-Car at Washington, D.C.'s Reagan National Airport. For her, at least, being stuck at work between the holidays is a secret pleasure.
Things are unusually quiet. Traffic is uncharacteristically light. "This is the free time when you can sort everything out and get it done," she says.