The lockdown may be over soon and our lives may seem to go back to normal. But will they really be normal? Will we ever forget the effects of the pandemic?
My country is locked down now. A whole effing one point three billion people. Home. Indoors. Locked and down. What can one mere mother do?
And the most satisfying thing I did was to tell the men who dared to remotely instruct me on how to live in this new world of quarantine, to shove their fake concern up where the sun doesn’t shine.
As the entire nation is under a strict lockdown, there are certain good things coming out of it too. Here's a story of positivity during social distancing.
There’s nothing normal about isolation, so let’s stop pretending and start embracing that this is a hard phase and it’s ok to be upset. Read through for some sanity
That day, watching my daughter I felt a strong urge to relive the moments that I had felt in my childhood. So I sat on the swing next to her.
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