Thursday, April 9, 2020
The Walls Around Me.
I work in Digital Education for a University, and during this crisis we have been busier than we usually are as we assisted academics in getting their courses online in a hurry. Now we're focussing on assessments, as exams aren't possible, and how they're going to be handled remotely.
And in between times, I continue my studies. And so I'm planning to take a couple of days over Easter to do nothing. Got to stay sane.
I'll read, watch some film, and spend time with my wife.
We exercise daily - either going for a bike ride or a longish walk, as is legally permitted. We're doing our best to follow the guidelines and not go out. Only one of us goes to the shops, and that's generally once a week and only to get our essentials. I still hear of people ignoring the rules. Not only are they risking their own wellbeing, but the health of others around them.
Am I going stir crazy? A little. I don't mind being at home. I wish I could devote more time to reading and writing fiction, but I have commitments and responsibilities at the moment.
In the meantime, I sure hope NASA is paying attention to the psyche of the people as it plans for 2 year missions to Mars.
I think I'll stay at home and watch it on TV.
Posted by Steve Cameron at 2:04 PM
Labels: Coronavirus, Covid 19, digital education, mars, studying, working, writing
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