Sleeping— Masking— Working and mostly chilling.
That has been 2020 and this year so far.
Over a year has passed. And restrictions have tightened.
For me, this pandemic has not changed much of my life. Subtract the masks and I have been living this life even before COVID.
I used to say “once I pay off my debt, I will….”, “when I move out, I will…”
I had precursors to living, and many of them legitimate. But prolonging desires took away a precious asset. Time.
I am no stranger to deferring things into the distant future, but the pandemic has added a sense of unease in waiting. Especially since the limitations have been externally imposed.
If there is one lesson I have taken from all this, it is that time waits for no one.
It is independent of the pandemic and pays not attention to wishful thoughts.
I have a lot of mental curiosity, but it often goes unexpressed.
One thing that has been missing in my life since childhood is a sense of adventure.
Physical safety is still a priority, but waiting is no longer an option.
I have to do what I can, when I can, where I can.
The pandemic poses certain limitations. But hey, isn’t that the condition that creativity thrives in?
My goal is to create a sense of wonder, and try new things everyday.
For the next 30 days, I will do just that.
Safety is still key and I will observe the health and safety guidelines.
From building a ginger bread house in the spring to starting a new project, I am open to possibility.
These will be small things I do everyday. But, it will make each day special.
I am not sure if I should share this journey, for fear of falling short. But, in the spirit of adventure, here it goes.
The Challenge starts April 20th, 2021 until May 20th, 2021.
Do you have any interesting challenge ideas? What things are you doing to keep yourself engaged during the pandemic?
What should this challenge be called?
Well, I do not have a stylish or elegant way of ending this blog, so, until next time…