Three things under a microscope? If you had asked me in my young adulthood where I thought I’d be now, it is very different than my original plans. Though, in many ways it is better than I could have ever imagined. Fatherhood has turned out to be an exciting journey. I never even thought about having kids. And even when I got married, kids were not on my mind. But as these things happen, 7 years into my marriage having a child became a wonderful reality. Another surprise were eBooks. I didn’t even read them before writing them, but thanks to Art Gush I am on an ongoing track of creating them.
Then there’s this little thing known as COVID-19. We are all being affected by it in one way or another all of the world. As a New Yorker I read the daily blog entitled Manhattan Coronavirus. It is interesting to have a window into other people’s lives. The digital diary of sorts that you are reading right now will also in time likely document real life things. Such as the title of this post.
This post is named “Three things to think about.” Thus far we’ve gone through the first thing which is Art Gush, the second thing which is the virus, and now the third thing is communication. Communication educator Yianni Stamas just uploaded a brief post about Zoom. Zoom being a new communication tool of choice. Do you use Zoom? Or do you use something else to communicate with the world and loved ones? I imagine given the current predicament we are all in due to an invisible enemy, our methods of communication could be changed forever. Putting it under the microscope is what our online journal entries will consist of.