Coronavirus Coexistence DAY 81 Monday, June 1, 2020

Happy Phase 2 everyone! Yes, we are already in Phase 2, but I am going to be very careful, not only in terms of the virus, but in all aspects. I wanted to approach Phase 1 with joy and in the end, everything went wrong. So I have decided to head into Phase 2 a little calmer. I’m not going to rush into anything, I’m not going to put too much effort into anything, I’m not going to scold you (this will be hard for me hahaha), I will be more patient (this will be even harder), and I will just let everything flow until Phase 3. Then after that, we’ll see! Don’t worry, I’ll behave.

Today the day started with a very special and meaningful gift, a red bracelet (a red thread around my left wrist with seven knots tied by a person who only wants the best for me). The idea is that this red thread gives me strength and accompanies me in all the good things that are to come. I loved the ritual and, above all, I want to say that for me this type of gift is the best there is. Every day I feel more grateful for all the people around me.

The rest of the day flew by, as always. I work myself up and start to come up with thing to do and in the end; I have no time for anything. I have so many things on my mind that I want to do that I don’t know if I’ll get to everything. Also, there are so many of you that I want to see that I’m doing a tetrix of visits. It seems like I have seen almost everyone I needed to see again expect for some of my closest friends. And this ended today when one of those friends calls me and says, “I bought a potato omelet for so you could try it whenever you came to see me but it expires on Wednesday, so I have no choice but to go tomorrow. I’m delighted, although I have to stop eating. Last week I did it again and didn’t exercise a single day, my murderous neighborfriend wasn’t available to threaten me. I hope this week my friends threaten about exercising and not about eating potato omelets.

Today I started this month’s new interviews with Cristina Mulero CEO of Branty. . It was a very educational and fun interview.

And with all this, my day is over. Out of the ordinary things always happen to me, but at least I have concluded that I accept my madness. I hope you do too.

Daily reflection: We are back to the same thing, there has been no change, we have not learned anything at all. At the beginning of these chronicles I asked all the guests and myself if they thought people would change for the better. Some told me yes, others no. I was clear…


“There is no change when there is no soul.”