escaping

Day 29. After a month of working from home remotely, limited non-virtual contact with friends and colleagues, and staying “put”, I must admit to going stir crazy. I know I intellectually that this is a marathon and not a sprint but from I can’t help but suffer from cabin fever. So I have started to escape – in the virtual sense, that is. So join me as I escape from this:

© Judah Lifschitz 2020

To some of my most favorite places in the desert where I am free of all of life’s stresses.

© Judah Lifschitz 2020

One Comment on “escaping

  1. Hang in there. I think we’re getting closer to gradually easing restrictions. … Hopefully!

    On Tue, Apr 14, 2020 at 8:15 AM Uncharted Territory wrote:

    > Judd Lifschitz posted: ” Day 29. After a month of working from home > remotely, limited non-virtual contact with friends and colleague, and > staying “put”, I must admit to going stir crazy. I know I intellectually > that this is a marathon and not a sprint but from I can’t help but ” >

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