Elder Scrolls

Entry 145 for Saturday September 5, 2020

The core questions:

Credit goes to Ben and readers of his blog for these “Four Questions” and the five stretch questions.

  1. What did you do today? Laundry, took Bailey for a bath at the vet, grocery shopping, relaxing, some Elder Scrolls Online. Systems updates on some machines.
  2. What did you enjoy? I originally played Elder Scrolls Online back in 2017 when the Morrowind expansion was released. I did not stick with it as AIE (Alea Iacta Est) was not yet active there. They definitely are now, check out more about AIE at our website.
  3. What did you find difficult? Humans getting too close and invading space while shopping. The grocery cart makes a nice barrier as I put myself in front of the cart and can control my distance to those in front of me.
  4. What has changed? The shopping less each week is different. In Canada, one would do large grocery runs for a week or two. Here in México, people are accustomed to going “across the street” to the local small independent grocery store, or to the butcher, creamery or other small shop. I still focus on small businesses but I make all those runs in one trip and purchase larger quantities.

    And then, the stretch questions:

  5. What are you grateful for? Safety and a healthy environment to be together.
  6. Which changes do you want to keep? I became more active with AIE this past year and intend to maintain that. They are good people.
  7. What has stayed the same? Almost 6 months into this work at home and this is comfortable. I can see doing this for a long time and am okay with that personally from a work perspective.
  8. When did you last laugh? Friday during out #TC3045 session.

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Screenshot of The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr
“The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr” flickr photo by Alice Envenomed https://flickr.com/photos/endless-laziness/47964610887 shared under a Creative Commons (BY) license

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