Wow. I honestly can’t believe how this escalated. Like, I knew it would at some point, I had a feeling it could, but it actually did. My store has cut down their hours so we’re only open for six hours a day, but my hours have thankfully not been cut. The world is changing fast in an attempt to adapt to the on-going pandemic. I just can’t believe that this is our reality now. It seems to have all happened so fast.
I don’t even really know what to write anymore, LOL. It’s just, sometimes I sit and think about 2 months ago and how everything was so normal and life was going on as per usual. I know this will pass, like all things in life, but it’s just so crazy how everything can change so completely in the blink of an eye.
On the bright side though, despite this barrage and infux of information, my anxiety hasn’t flared up too badly. I do miss my ADHD medication though. I have to make a point on buying it when I get paid on Friday. There’s so much happening at once that it feels like my head is spinning sometimes, and it feels like everything gets blurry and it’s hard to focus on one thing at a time.
It’s all okay though. Like there’s quite alot of good to this. Because hours have been modified, I now finish at 3 everyday, which means I have plenty of free time to write, paint, read, anything I want to do. Having the world go into a standstill gives me more time to go into myself, introspect, learn more about me and the world around me, and so much more. I’m going to make use of this time to the best of my ability. So, this pause, however sudden, is a welcome one at best.
Well, it looks like I’ll be writing more consistently too since I have all this time, LOL! And, I’ll have more time to work on my book, which is great.
What a life man. You honestly never know. I’ve never been more grateful for my health, and my body. I’m so thankful for it, and I love myself all the more now for keeping me as healthy and safe as possible. I promise to protect it with all that I can do, too.
I guess that’s it for now! The party was actually a lot of fun even though a lot of people didn’t show up. It’s nice that we can all still get together amidst all this fear, and have a good time. I think it’s important that we retain some semblance of normalcy, to whatever degree possible, especially during these times.
Well, off I go to enjoy my time of relaxing and doing nothing!
Sending love, light and strength to all those who may need it,