Surviving Lockdown

Diana’s way of spending and surviving lockdown.

Myths of the Mirror

Life continues to feel surreal.

A week ago, the hubby’s fixation on the news became too much.

I had to flee the house.

And ended up outside:

Beneath blue skies.

Spring said, “Hello, I’m here for you!”

I found some moss that needs a serious haircut.

And got my dirt ready.

In a week or so, I’ll plant my cold crops and watch them grow.

My dad turned 89, so I left a message in sidewalk chalk outside his senior apartment.

And in my writing room, I’m making masks.

And writing. A little.

My heart goes out to all those who are suffering.

To all those who are caring.

I wish you warmth, peace, and light.

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2 thoughts on “Surviving Lockdown

  1. You also, Diana. I agree about things starting again as normal. At my age, I don’t dare go outside. I’m so fortunate I have a caregiver who helps me. Other people including myself have put their cleaning ladies on paid leave. I pay my caregiver more and she fills in. 🙂 — Suzanne

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