Not pictured: time spent reading (it took me 5 weeks to read Gone with the Wind but I did it!), talking on the phone with friends (mostly in the beginning; by the end, I didn’t have much to say anymore), and the endless hours of Netflix binges (mainly Vampire Diaries and New Girl).
Your pictures and words are very poignant. They show what being truly alone is like. I am grateful knowing that there is light at the end of your isolation tunnel.
I am also very impressed with your cooking skills!
Stay healthy and safe and I will see you in a couple of days (and give you a hug at the end of the quarantine period.)
We have little in common except travel. You eat much better than me, It looks like you are a good cook, I’m not. I don’t run I walk, I do go to the gym at lest 4 times a week, that is, when it is open.
I enjoy reading about your life, good and bad.
Keep traveling, and keep reporting on your adventures.
Hi Reed, haha you are too kind, I’m genuinely a terrible cook. I cook only out of necessity. Thank you for your kind words and for reading along.
Wayward Glove seems like a band I saw at the 40 Watt.
‘Blurry’ is also how I would describe quarantine, but I can’t pin down why.
Plenty of time to reflect on it, I guess.
Also this sounds like a joke but it’s not meant as one: I hope you continue to blog from your parents’ house. VERY RELEVANT for some of us.
Hey Michael, thanks for your comment:) Haha it would be a great indie band name. Yes it’s definitely been a time of reflection that’s for sure…
I’ve been working on posting ‘evergreen’ content since getting back to the States but you’re right maybe a little living-at-home-with-my-parents update post would be super relatable in these “uncertain times”!