Coronavirus Coexistence DAY 11 Monday, March 23, 2020
Oh, Happy Day! Today I only received good news (with a large dose of irony, but talking about negative things is prohibited in this book), so… let’s move on!
I’m still a little overwhelmed with so many things I need to do, “so much to do, so little time.” The days fly by and I don’t have a single free second. Before I forget, I need to recommend my dear yoga teacher Kariyogi online classes. She just launched her You Tube Channel and has awesome videos that you will love.
And what is promised is a debt; we recorded the “coronahaircut” that my daughter did to my son. This happened at one in the morning (of course, me recording). They were each with their cell phones in video conferences with I don’t know how many teenagers. I had to speed up the video and remove the sound, since the only thing that could be heard was “H*** S**”, “F*** man”, “WTF” “Oh, looking f****g handsome lol”. I thought it would be better to put on some fun music.
I’m still in own my world, but my days are filled with little glamour, a lot of activity, uncertainty and a lot of Groundhog Day. I wake up, I meditate, I have breakfast, I work, I cook, I clean, I run washing machines, I take online courses, I visit virtual museums, I attend conferences, I have meetings, calls for help, I write on the fucking blog (hahaha, seriously, I love this, y’all I promise), I exercise, I talk to the neighborfriends, I clap out the window (what can I say, I’m very excited to hear the applause; my mother is still waiting for minus ten… but in the end we are going to die of pneumonia from opening the window with the cold, not because of the coronavirus), I prepare dinner, I continue cleaning, I finish writing in this blog, I get hooked on a series that doesn’t let me sleep all night, I sleep, I dream and I repeat.
Daily reflection: This is like when they say, “If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?” For me it’s more like, “If I don’t shave, can I make braids in my…?” (Yes, there … where are you thinking)?
“Routine becomes my best ally.”