… since I have been staying at home on self-isolation.
I have missed 5 weeks of spring, ±15 cups of coffee-to-go, first barbeque in the open air, spring sales, and cherry blossom in Bonn.
Ridiculous, is not it? It is ridiculous to think about sales and cherry blossom, when there is a global crisis out there. The thing is that I am a person, who did not appreciate “normality” of simple things. I used to take for granted the opportunity to hug my parents, to drink a beer in a bar, to feel the smell of blooming magnolias, and to eat pastry at one of the many German cafes. Basically, all the things that we now consider as a luxury.
But the life has not stopped: it goes on. I am grateful, that I am able to continue working remotely (as a working student), that I am able to continue my studies in uni (my uni has provided us the opportunity to study online via interactive platform), that I still can call my parents whenever I want, and that I even can practice yoga via Skype.
I have missed 5 weeks of spring, ±15 cups of coffee-to-go, fisrt barbeque in the open air, spring sales, and cherry blossom in Bonn.
I do believe that we should not grieve about why this happened to us; we should rather seek for what we can learn from this. Here are the things that have become my “routine during quarantine”:
I am dreaming about future trips (Greece? France? Italy?) and visits to Russia. I imagine how I will go and buy another summer dress in H&M. I see myself enjoying a glass of wine at a summer terrace. I see my life continue seething.
Stay positive ♥ The Life goes on.
I do believe that we should not grieve about why this happened to us; we should rather seek for what we can learn from this.