I haven’t been writing. Not in the creative sense at least. The last two months were a bit of a blur — adjusting to new routines, hustling through a new season in my career
To the reader who scrolls through without a second thought; the moviegoer whose eyes stay glued to the screen and leaves as soon as the credits begin to roll; and the keyboard warrior who only has unwanted opinions but thinks the world needs your input
Isn’t it crazy that just a few months ago, everything seemed so commonplace and mundane? This just goes to show how things can change in an instance. The normalcy of what we once knew — like a hug or a peck on the cheek — has suddenly become a life-changing act of potentially lethal circumstances
There is something beautiful about the way the sunlight shines through the trees. I cannot deny that. In fact, there is something almost calming and fascinating with the way things fade.
While I’m perfectly fine with the current situation of working from home, my brain thinks otherwise. It’s been hard, having to just be in the same four walls all day long