Day-49, Lockdown

Hey, its been almost 7 weeks since you have made social contact, how does it feel? If somebody asked you this question, what would you say? There are so many ways to answer this question, while some people would just wave it off saying, “none of your business…’’ others, will sit down and think. They will wonder, “has it really been that many weeks, have I absolutely made no social contact. Wow, it has been 7 weeks.”

Some others will quickly realise this painful fact, and then wander off thinking about what they will do after lockdown. ‘After its safe to go outside, I will throw a big party. I’ll finally meet all of my friends, 7 weeks is a long time, but somehow I will make up for it.’ Because, face it that is what all of us have been thinking about all of these days.

How does it feel? Cheerful, tiring, lovely, boring, what exactly is your take on not having social contact?

Have you not been wondering, what it will feel like to wander about without any masks, happily and freely walking past the sanitiser. Not even looking at it, not having to look at the COVID-19 count every single day, and last of all not having to read my lockdown blog, and all of my complains. That sounds like a perfect world, but when will we see it?

Surely, not everyone is wondering when this dreadful time will end some are enjoying it, some are looking only at the perks, doing their best to stay up to date, wearing masks and using sanitisers is not something they hate doing, they call it precaution. They happily follow the instructions, and they believe they can prance about while being safe. ‘Anything is possible’ is their mindset. Another optimistic take, and this is how we should look at things too…

Published by Keya S. Waghmare

Just a 13 year old who enjoys writing...

3 thoughts on “Day-49, Lockdown

  1. Life isn’t about avoiding the bruises, it’s about collecting the scars to prove one showed up for it. No one can construct for someone, the bridge upon which precisely one must cross the stream of life – no one but you yourself alone. Being happy is a very personal thing and it really has nothing to do with anyone else. One needs to just live for the moments that can’t be put into words. God Bless & keep writing.

  2. No keya we not get bored of your blog…infact in this lockdown period their is some thing nice is reading your blogs.

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