With this online teaching thing, it seems that Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday are balls to the wall busy. It also seems (I hope) that Thursday and Friday can be somewhat less busy. I can do three crazy days with the promise of two less crazy days.
And some of this is in my own control. I have to schedule a lot of Zoom meetings with students I advise, and I can group them all in the beginning of the week. It's a new world, this online stuff, and there are increasing indications that we'll be like this through the rest of the year. We are definitely moving summer online, and given that decisions about fall might have to be made sooner rather than later, I'm guessing the safe thing will be to put fall online. We'll see. It will really hurt the school financially if we do that--we may get more in state students, but we will probably lose the (lucrative) out of state students.
In knitting news, the Local Yarn Shop shawl is moving along:
Yesterday started with a bang--we got a phone call a little after six am from the dispatch of the alarm company we subscribed to. An interior motion sensor went off, but no door entry sensors. They sent over a security guard type person, who called from the house and reported that all was well. It was a bit of a nervous thirty minutes--and now we have to figure out why the interior sensor went off. I think it was due to a spider.
Never a dull moment.