In April I lost track of the weeks and the days and just patiently waited for everything to go back to some normality. In the meantime I cooked, ate, did yoga, painted and walked. These are the shots I took while doing that.
Our bodies and minds are confused now. Because we can’t fight the virus or run away from it, we are like in a state of shock.
We keep thinking about things we would like to do or places to go, and then immediately toss that idea aside because we are completely uncertain about our life and what will happen in the next weeks and months. We’re grieving our freedom, we’re grieving the things that will never be the same.
That’s why we are tired (even if we do much less), and can’t focus, and honestly the people showing all the things they are doing every hour of the day makes this feeling worse, because we just can’t do the same.
I found the draft of a post I wrote in July 2019 about a normal summer weekend in Zurich, eating and drinking out and enjoying the sun with friends, and and I read it at home alone in a quarantine day when I weirdly wore normal clothes AND makeup. Check it out.
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Uncanny: strange and difficult to explain.
This has been one of the weirdest months of my life, but I have discovered multiple things about the world and myself, what exactly my priorities are, and how valuable mental health is (and how it should always come first).