I don’t know if many of us will be quarantined, but I already think about it…
I read this morning, about China, that being locked in your apartment with your spouse will “maybe” provide a baby boom this next winter, but in the meanwhile gives two consequences :
- Infodemia (too much informations about epidemic dramas) and depression.
- Explosion of… divorces.
We don’t need a master in psychology to know that many couples go on just because they don’t have time to be with each other. Busy busy busy! That’s OK, we all do what we can, right?
Locked together, toxicity begins to dance around, boredom walks along walls like a tiger in a forgotten cage, back and forth…
I can’t imagine what happens to sports addicts, bikers and runners. They can do push-ups, but well, that’s not enough drug, I suppose.
But for introverts, it’s probably different. Being quarantined with shelves of books and Blu-rays (or with a computer and Internet, if you’re a dematerialized person) looks like holidays…
Bah, it’s just a feeling. Spring will come soon and will make all of us (including introverts and other cat persons) in a sudden urgent need of going outside to 1/ run with a dog or 2/ to lie down in the grass to smell the good quiet power of nature growing.
Let’s hope the heat wave will kill the viruses, all of them.
Thanks for reading!