I’ve been longing for the lockdown to be over and done with. And now that the time is slowly approaching on the 11th of May, here in Zurich, Switzerland…I’m somewhat apprehensive. I have to be positive and follow the guidelines of the experts. Wash my hands regularly and thoroughly – no less than 20 seconds, keep 2 meters distance from the next person. With all the contradiction about wearing masks…I don’t know what to believe so I intend to wear one when I go to the shops – and if I do use public transport it will be a no-brainer!
It’s not easy being in lockdown – and although the time seems to be passing very slowly it is already the month of May. I have done everything possible to keep busy and not get bored. I mean, how much cleaning can I do when my home is not untidy and my closet already had a good clearing out? (Lots to give to the charity) I didn’t realise that I had so many things in there. I have a gym at home so this is my go-to-feel-good-place besides walking in the forest. I’m cooking daily and I’m a bit fed up of that. My husband can’t cook! So he says! haha! However, he deserves a medal for cleanliness. I also read a lot and at the moment I’m reading two books ( The girl in the spider’s web and Sin with me) plus I’m reading more blog posts. I’m always checking on the internet at all the clothes I would love to wear right now if only I had somewhere to go.
I have friends in different parts of the world and so we are constantly on the phone trying to motivate one another! What would life be without my friends? A very sad one. I am blessed!
I feel that my relationship with my husband has grown stronger and we talk and laugh a lot more. This lockdown has made me realise what is important in my life. I am grateful for what I have.
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