Coronavirus Coexistence DAY 50 Friday, May 1, 2020
What a shame, my “Conquer Your Fears” week is over. Today I was with the fabulous Janet Tyler and, although I haven’t learned anything, and the poor thing, I think she has understood that I am “tone-deaf” but we had a great time and I have managed to face my fears, so I am very happy.
Today was Labor Day but I have indeed been working. I have not stopped. This interview thing is super fun, but ugh, it’s a hassle to organize everything.
Yesterday I told you that little Gremlin was very active and made me accompany her to make cookies. I was dead tired, I didn’t feel like doing anything, but for one time she asks me to do something, I just couldn´t say no. Here our adventure…
I also have to confess something to you. I wasn’t going to say anything because I was a little embarrassed, but I did it again, yes,… the groceries arrived the other day and… Yes, don’t laugh; they brought me a zillion bananas. And we know what happened to the banana cookies I tried to make last time, I don’t want any more suggestions, but I had to be honest and confess my stupidity once again. I’m going to have to make up some talk show where we talk about bananas. Hahahaha, I think that in the next interviews I will use some bananas on the set. hahahahahahaha.
Daily reflection: Tomorrow the de-escalation begins. I have the option of going out from 6 to 10 in the morning or from 8 to 11 at night. I can go for a walk with the dog at any time; I can go shopping and accompany my mother who is elderly from 10 to 12 in the morning or from 6 to 8 in the afternoon. In the end, I’m going to be on the f***ing street all day. Yes, now comes my reflection..
I have lost track of time, the notion of what it is like to have contact with another human who is not from my isolation family, and I think… Is everything we have done worth it? Will the many ruin the few? If no one follows the rules, why are there rules? If human selfishness is stronger than consciousness, where will we be in a couple of years? Nothing, today I’m a little dazed.
“Aware of the hereafter, I worry about tomorrow.”