I spoke to our #4 Daughter, the amazing Sara Marian, and asked if she was still working. She was. Mostly from home, but also (she’s an archaeologist) on some digs. They drive to digs separately and take turns going in to the office and work from home on research.
They’re still doing digs, but they’re already separated by more than six feet on those. I was worried about hand/face contamination in the field.
“Mom, we already wear gloves and, considering that urban archaeology is mostly digging up outhouses, we never touch our faces!”
To which I replied,
There’s something to be said for working in filth.
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A WRITING PROMPT FROM ME TO YOU: Write about digging.