Pandemic Lessons


Of course, there is another aspect of what’s posted on this picture. Many people have enjoyed the family time by being entertained with Tic-Tok, games, binge watching movies or shows etc… However, only a few truly have that sense of Calmness.

These people accept what’s happening, take precautions, but refuse to let the Pandemic get the best of their lives. I feel this way about what one of my best friends. Anytime we chat she has this calmness to her. Now, that doesn’t mean that the pandemic hasn’t caused plans to change or be postponed due to the current bans but she’s doing an amazing job by continuing ON.

Unfortunately, I too, struggle with the events that are taking place. I’m almost 9 months pregnant and anxious for the next few weeks. I’m mainly home, so I’m developing cabin fever and it truly has had an effect on my emotions, but Safety for me and the little guy has to come first.

What are the things you’ve noticed about people during this Pandemic? What have you noticed about yourself?

Thank you for reading!

Nicole Cherise ♥️

4 comments on “Pandemic Lessons”

  1. I spend a lot of time by myself anyway so it doesn’t bother me. I actually prefer to work at home by myself. I can control the temperature level as well as the noise level in my home.

    It only bothers me occasionally because I can’t visit my mother or go where I want.

    Stay safe and congratulations.

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    1. Hi Pamela!
      I can definitely understand that. I feel horrible for people that can’t see their parents especially if they’re in a nursing facility.
      Yes, I have cabin fever because I’m not able to go as I want as well. Sigh.. we shall get through this.
      Please stay safe and thank you so much for reading and the well wishes!

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      1. Thank goodness my mother doesn’t live in a nursing facility but she is of that age so the last time I bought some things for her, I knocked on the door, then stood about 12 feet away and waited for her to retrieve it, said a few words and left. But we talk almost every day, usually for hours so we’re still in touch.

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