Like many people over the last 18 months, I’m struggling to separate working at home from not working at home.
It’s Halloween! One of the benefits of having to teach through Zoom with my clinical colleagues over the last year has been that I’ve had a lot of time to watch what they do, and what they say.
We’ve been in the house for 10 days, isolating because we tested positive for Covid-19. This week we can go outside again! Will it remove the grumpiness?
We’re stuck at home isolating with Covid-19, so I’m building things to fill my time. Like a skull with eyes that light up (3D printing, resin and LEDs).
3D print was 3DKitbash’s Skull Box with Brain:
I need to take a test.
There might be a point to this vlog at the end.
As part of our medical training link with the University of the Gambia Medical School I helped raise some money by offering to take some students climbing outdoors. They opted for the more adventurous package.
Some of our students are back in the labs, physically, and I get to teach them again.
Also climbing on the Gower.
Running and fixing some of those little problems the van came back from its trip with.
Back to the routine. Some things aren’t so routine.