What do you want to do most
1. Drive out with parents.
I've been locked up with my parents for such a long time, and suddenly I understand their loneliness. What they need is not a big house in the suburbs, but a friend who can talk about their family's long and short life. It's not a gift sent by express delivery, but the regular company of their children. When their parents can still walk around and wait for the epidemic to pass, they drive along with their parents and pursue summer along the warm coast.
2. Take a look at the campus.
Get rid of the mask, go to the campus, feel the wind, flowers and trees, breathe fresh air and run, as if you have just finished your doctoral dissertation.
3. Buy a ticket for the provincial Grand Theater for the rural aunt who loves singing.
Thank you for singing so many plays to me during the isolation. After years of studying and working outside, I have alienated from my relatives. Sometimes when I look back suddenly, I find that the relatives who held me and coaxed me when I was young are no longer alive. I used to complain about the excessive care and greetings of the seven aunts and eight aunts, but now I feel this kind of care is very warm. After the epidemic, gather relatives and friends together to make up for the year happily.
4. Meet some friends who haven't been in touch for a long time.
When I was at home, I looked through many old photos and found that I had so many old friends. Because of the changes of study and work, some friends gradually lost contact. It's like we've all been urged by life to rush forward, but we haven't calmed down to think about our past experiences and friends. Although some of my friends can't get through, I want to find the friend who played truant, played football, fought and drank with me after the epidemic.
5. Go to the dusty office.
Learning is a lonely practice. How many times have I sat alone in front of the computer, preparing lessons, reading materials and writing papers. Now I can only look at the office window downstairs. The campus is quiet, so I miss those noisy days. Although it's monotonous in the office, it's the real face of ordinary life after all.
6. Throw away some unnecessary things.
After so many days at home, I found that people don't need too many things in their life. After the epidemic, I want to donate something that can be used, throw away something that can't be used, and simplify my life.
7. Have a meal with the students.
I missed my last dinner party with my graduate students before the winter vacation because of my project. They said, "it's OK, it's OK. I'll make it up as soon as school starts." who knows that they have been waiting for such a long time. When they return to school, I will invite them to have a meal, talk about the books they have read, talk about their academic, life and the growth brought about by the epidemic.
8. Give the undergraduate a good class.
In front of the camera, I found that the classroom was so pale without the students' on-site interaction. After the epidemic, if there is any chance, I want to talk about every remaining lesson carefully. Although it has always been felt that there is a time conflict between teaching and scientific research, but now it is found that teachers are so uninteresting that they do not have the sense of achievement to give a good lesson.
9. Take the bus around aimlessly.
Seeing the news, some cities have gradually returned to normal. Factories are back to work, shops are open, and there are traffic jams on the streets Suddenly yearn for, the original traffic, is the normal life. Now I'm looking at the trend chart of the epidemic every day. I hope to wait until the day of clearing. At that time, I would take a bus around the city, like a long-time reunion, no reason, just aimless and happy to see this strange and familiar city.
10. Go to the stall downstairs to eat a stick of oil.
Go downstairs to eat a stick of oil, drink a bowl of soy milk, and talk to the neighborhood. In the past, I used to dislike the noisy stalls. Looking out of the window, everything is quiet. Only a few uncollected benches stand there alone, making people feel sad. I miss the noisy time in the past and the noisy smoke and fire. After the outbreak, I will also carry a bowl of soymilk and chat loudly with my neighbors.
11. Go out of the study and do field work.
These days of isolation at home, let me have more experience on academic: academic should have stronger realistic care. After the epidemic, I want to do a solid job in the field, not to rush for titles and titles, and try to leave something I am satisfied with.
12. Wait for the clouds to open and the sun to disperse, and go to Wuhan.
Go to Wuhan! Enjoy the cherry blossom, eat a bowl of hot and dry noodles, see the gold and silver pond, and feel the place where the Chinese people fight!
Now, I'm waiting for a long-awaited news: the last new coronavirus patient in the country has been cured and discharged