Coronavirus Coexistence DAY 78 Friday, May 29, 2020
Today has been a fabulous day. My aperitif-gymkhana was the best; thank goodness, I got all the clues right until I got there. I´m starting to see more people on the street living a “normal” life, that is if you forget about the masks, the disinfectant gel, the police everywhere and the elbow greetings… I don’t know if it happens to you, But every time I go out, I mentally review cell phone, bag, keys… But the mask thing is hard for me, and I don’t know how many times I’ve gone down to the street and thought: “Shit, the f***ing mask,” I thought about leaving it tied to the door to see if that way I don’t forget…
Today, during my walk with the dog this morning, I came across this scene and had to take a photo (I don’t know who they are). But I loved seeing this couple (with their masks) walking hand in hand. I think that now that we can have that physical contact with other people, we realize how much we missed it and how necessary it is for our daily lives. Personally, I look forward to being able to walk hand in hand very soon.
Today I present the new interviews for next week, continuing with “Friends with Talent” in its sixth edition. I cannot believe it. On Sunday, the May interviews will conclude. I set out to do only one interview for the entire month, thinking that would be enough, but I´m hooked, so I came up with one more week.
And today I was lucky enough to interview Marisa Pico, who left us many useful tips for speaking in public, whether live or via the web. I hope you enjoy. About my costume, yes, great hahahaha. When Marisa saw me, she told me: “You’re crazy” and I responded: “It is what it is, I’m sorry.”
Daily reflection: Days, whether short or long, good or bad, accompanied or alone, fun or sad, are days. Days that many people no longer have and that many of us take for granted without making the most of everything we could.
“Enjoy your days; you have less and less left…”