I laugh with you when you change from "day pajamas" to your "night pajamas", but I would like to offer a different perspective on boredom, and a promise: I will not complain about boredom during thisno matter how many months the blockage continues. The way I see it, being bored is a luxury.
Bored means I'm healthy, free fromand – unlike my cousin who said she felt the pressure around her neck when strangled become & # 39; and on her chest when & # 39; someone tried to break into my rib cage … and pull my lungs out & # 39 ;.
Bored means that I don't see friends personally, or feel the closeness of physical affection because Iand acts that protect everyone.
Bored means my stomach is not buttoned up with concerns about a friend or family member hospitalized withas hundreds of thousands of families now experience, helpless to comfort or heal.
Bored means I don't regret the loss of a loved one, like a friend with two hospitalized parents. Her father died, her mother was alive. And now.
Bored means not increasing my deductible exposure in congested, underloaded hospitals or on the front lines ofpackage or and all other essential businesses who feed people and provide basic needs.
Bored means that I have clothes on my back, a roof over my head and food on the table. It means I still have a job, unlike the 22 million US residents who have applied for unemployment assistance in the past five weeks. It means I'm not wondering how to get groceries,the car and all
Bored means that I have no trouble educating and entertainingwho are now confined indoors and homeschooled. It means that the relationships in my household and in my life are not about to break. Bored means that my and the walls .
Bored is a blessing that I gratefully accept. It's an opportunity to challenge myself, spend my time in new ways, make my life at home meaningful. And bored can get bored. As long as quarantine is required"bored" is the best I can hope for.
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