If I look back at these past months, I can divide them into chapters.
Chapters of a book I never thought I would write.
I would divide this book into chapters titled with different emotions.
I went through periods of confusion, followed by a feeling of loss, periods of calm and tranquillity followed by jolts of productiveness just to have this whole mix of emotions begin again as if following a vicious cycle.
How this Pandemic has brought me closer to my family and friends
One thing I can say for sure that’s been stable through this whole time is the time spent with my sister, my friends and family. Although it was hard to only be able to talk to them from a far for a while I think this time has made us realize how important those relationships are for all of us.
I used to spend the first months scheduling calls with my friends and my family and now that we can finally see each other in person we don’t take for granted every encounter and meeting like we used to. At least I used to.
After all ‘there’s always tomorrow right?’
There couldn’t be an answer more wrong than that one!
People always say, and I read it in books all the time, ‘enjoy every moment because you never know when the last one will be’ but most of the time we become busy, life gets in the way and we reschedule meetings, hang outs and dinners because of 1000 different excuses our brains come up with and we think: ‘after all there’s always tomorrow right?’