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The COVID-19 diaries: home school

25/03/2020

Hello again! I am still at it… I hope you are all doing ok out there. I feel a little more resigned/optimistic this morning, probably due to having a good night’s sleep. Thank you for your encouraging messages.

13 Comments leave one →
  1. Lotta Dann permalink
    25/03/2020 10:10 am

    So happy you are back drawing even though times suck. My kids on their devices constantly as well and we ha ha tried to ha ha set up a ha ha daily schedule but ha ha it didn’t work. Look after yourself x

  2. Jenny Cole permalink
    25/03/2020 10:55 am

    So good to have your drawings. Helps us. Home schooling getting creative. Rolling down the garden slope counting as the PE part of it.

  3. 25/03/2020 11:11 am

    So good + very relateable, Sarah!

  4. Linda Burgess permalink
    25/03/2020 2:17 pm

    Perfection. More important than your job…

    • Sarah Laing permalink*
      25/03/2020 5:18 pm

      Haha my boss wouldn’t think so but thank you!

  5. Barbara Grace permalink
    25/03/2020 7:28 pm

    So good to have you there documenting your travails. Isolation tip. This is a good time to put the dreaded Efudix on your sun damaged skin as I am on my nose, and watch it become inflamed. Is Barbara now an alcoholic? No it’s Efudix!. Maybe will have to do my first ever selfie!

    • Sarah Laing permalink*
      26/03/2020 12:27 pm

      Haha! I hope it does the trick? Lovely to hear from you, Barbara. Will a lot of us become alcoholics over this period? If it happens to me I have the perfect foil…

  6. Brent Putze permalink
    25/03/2020 8:26 pm

    It was good to read you’re feeling a little better. Lovely words from your sister in panel two. I agree about the sleep thing in your intro piece. I think it is important we try and get good amounts of sleep through all this. It’ll help make us function better.

  7. 25/03/2020 9:38 pm

    I was interested to hear an education expert say last night that most home schooling schedules, even in the mega organised Asian countries last about 3 weeks max! Their suggestion was to ask your children, particularly high school kids to select 5 topics they are interested in and get them to research them then share them online with their friends. Who knows, could save a lot of years.

  8. Jacqueline permalink
    25/03/2020 10:02 pm

    Lovely to see your drawings and read your thoughts again.

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