In reply to Andy Wiechnik。
In reply to Michael O 'Brien 。
In reply to Chuck Nickerson。
我做的技术基于我看到大麦拧做了一次。如果有教程，我很想看看!< / p >
Another wonderful post Nancy. I absolutely love how you do these stories of such fascinating people.
A few weeks ago I registered for a virtual exhibit / lecture at the Wharton Esherick Museum and the winning entry was from Aspen Golann. It took me a few minutes of her talking but I soon realized that you featured her here a few months ago. It was wonderful to make that connection, and having that reminder of her bio on your blog added a lot to that dimension of her presentation.
Thanks for all you do. Hope you are well.
哈哈–嗯，虽然我们分开很长时间了，但我们还是结婚了。肖恩在珀斯过得很糟糕，2014年我和他一起搬到了悉尼。他开始在那里寻找自己的道路，但我不喜欢悉尼，也不喜欢我在那里找到的工作，于是我在2017年再次搬到了昆士兰的布里斯班进行研究生学习。我喜欢布里斯班和我的学习，在那里我发现了一个很棒的社区。从悉尼到这里乘飞机90分钟或坐12个小时的火车，所以我们尽可能多地见面。我实际上是在西迪恩他的宿舍里完成了将近一个月的毕业论文。我是一个生态学家;他对一个完全不同的保护和修复领域感兴趣。< / p >
After he returned to Sydney and I graduated, I found work with my postgrad supervisor, who worked for both UQueensland and USydney, so I figured I’d be back and forth a lot. Then the pandemic hit, and I’d gone up to Brisbane to present at a conference the day before Australia closed its borders and cancelled all large events. I stayed in Brisbane to keep working with my supervisor, then Queensland closed its state borders because of outbreaks in Sydney. We’d always coped with the long-distance chunks of our relationship by excitedly planning the next travel to see each other, but with long periods of closed borders, and even once they opened they could (and did) close again abruptly, that became an exercise in frustration and anxiety. For a while, I could cross the border as long as I didn’t leave the ~50km border zone, so I drove 2 hours south and he drove 9 hours north so we could camp together in the border ranges. It was the only way we could legally see each other in person and also return to our jobs on Monday.
I’m back in Sydney now, enjoying time with Shane before his next adventure. I don’t know if I’ll get to visit him at any point along his journeyman year. At the moment, Australians need permission to leave the country, and once you leave it’s difficult to return. Arrivals are capped based on quarantine capacity, and there has been a backlog of ~30000 Australians wanting to return for most of the last year. We hope that won’t still be true in 2023 when Shane is due to return, but there’s no guarantees. With so much uncertainty about what travel will be possible next year, I’m so impressed with Shane for planning ahead anyway, and excited to hear about his travels.