CORONAVIRUS COEXISTENCE DAY 45

Coronavirus Coexistence DAY 45 Sunday, April 26, 2020

The weekend is ending and I haven’t had time to do anything at all. I continue coordinating the interview schedule, let’s see, this whole process takes time. First, I reflect and think about whom I would like to interview. Then I send messages to those people to see if they are interested. Some answer that they would love to, but due to schedule issues it is impossible; Others say they are very ashamed and thank me but no; others tell me directly that they are not interested (these are some of my favorites, because at least they are honest); others don’t even answer (my least favorites, they could at least answer with “I’m not interested, you’re stupid but thanks”, not even that… anyway, hahahaha); and then, there are the others who say yes with joy and with a great desire to be on my program (these, of course, are my favorites, hahahaha). Then I have to explain the processes to everyone, I ask for photos and data, I have to make the little signs (I’m not a designer, I know, it shows, hahaha). Then I have to capture the information on the blog, well, and a thousand other things that I won’t bore you with, but that involve a lot of work, and they keep me busy every day, but I love it…

Bitmoji ImageMoving on, today children were able to go out into the streets. I think the norm was 1 adult, maximum 3 children, 1 hour and 1 km from their f***ing houses. Well, I have to say that the peace I have had every weekend morning waking up without a sound, all peace… is over. From the first hour of the morning (well, okay, I’m a  sleepyhead and might get up a little later, buy come on people quiet please), I woke up to the screams of children that sounded like a lioness pit, tantrums with cries of euphoria and sounds of despair and freedom... I don’t know how to explain it.

When I look out the window, I can see four adults together with 20 children, none of them wearing masks, and I saw them for more than 1 hour, and no more than 1 km away they were… let’s see…

I understand that the poor children are desperate (although I think it is actually the parents who are desperate, not the children), I understand that we have been locked up for a long time, but I also understand that the rules must be followed so that everything we have done can be for something and that we don´t go backwards because of the fault of a few (as always) we all pay.

Anyway, I’ll leave it there because I get angry, hahahahahahaha and I might replicate what one man said in one of the last memes I received, “If you are not responsible on your allowed walks with children… I promise that I will come out with a megaphone in my hand, I will yell out at the top of my lungs that Santa Clause does not exist” hahahahaa

Ant that is it, today I didn´t have much time for anything else but I do leave you with a video which didn´t turn out the way I wanted. I meant to teach different types of yoga (I think I show I little more than I wanted to) but my dog was not letting me do much.

Daily reflection: Today I had one of those days in which I thought, “What the hell am I doing?” You know, one of those days when I think, why the f*** am I doing all this? However, that was just for half a second; the rest of the day, I enjoyed the fact that I was alive and happy. This lockdown is about to end, it has felt very short, I am grateful for the time I have had for reflection, rest, with family… I think… in a few years my mother will no longer be here, my children will each one will be living their lives, and I will always remember this brief time where we were able to enjoy as a family, a time that will never return and that we will never forget…

 

“Savor all the moments, don’t let anything slip away.”