This is how I spent this Tuesday. Ooh! It ‘s been a week, no, not a week, it’s been eight days. 31st March 2020, the eight-day of lockdown in Nepal seems quite productive for me. Since I got up from my bed, I left the phone aside and here, posing to write something about these circumstances.
Lockdown basically means staying at the same place where you have been right? But, are we really doing that? Not all of us… I mean we obviously do obey this and quarantine ourselves within our house. But our grandma and dad, are behaving just like a toddler, who just can’t stay at a place for a long time. They are not serious about the situation. I don’t mean that they should have a worried face all the time but can show some seriousness by their behavior.
Well, this is the thing that makes me so annoying. On the other hand, sitting at a place was never so hard for me until and before the lockdown started. Yes, this time it binds our activities. But, nevertheless, staying in your own place feels quite different and good all of a sudden, when you sell your family members in and around you. It had never been expected, especially in my house that everyone will be sitting around each other regardless of the fact that they all are being busy with their mobile phones. In between them, I also get busy with my phone. After all, I also own a phone. Jokes apart!
Adroitly, I spend these days with my little brothers and sisters. Watching their silly activities and talks, which really is an adorable thing to observe. Then, chatting, which is quite obvious in our life comes in the list. Besides these things, we really are utilizing the available social media, not only with audacious games but also by sharing news about this #COVID 19, coronavirus. At last, I just wanna say one thing please stay at home and be safe.