This week was good, but tiring. Everyone at work decided that they’re too scared to go. So I’m basically one of the only ones showing up; therefore, I’m working almost every single day. I might be naive, or I might be brave, but in reality, who cares?
People seem to be getting more worried while I seem to be careless in all sincerity. I’m not sure if it’s because I’ve been working every single day and being exposed all day long just kind of takes the terror out of it. Anyways, things at work have changed a lot!
As I said, not many are going to work anymore, plus there can only be one client inside the building at a time, and we also have to wear face masks now? That part sucks the most. You literally feel like you’re suffocating all day long. Yesterday one of the clients was a police officer, and he was really kind, and he just kind of made me feel like it was worth still going to work.
If we talk about my classes, those aren’t going well. I’ve had trouble trying to separate my personal problems and school. Before, it was easy because being in an actual building, just kind of made a barrier in my brain, and it pushed everything non-educational out.
But being at home where you literally can’t escape is hard. It’s hard to try and divide time to do all my classwork in the day. In reality, it should be easy, but the truth is it’s not. How do you wake up and decide, “oh, today I’m going to do math and science.” Without being interrupted by your mother telling you to go wash the dishes? This is why I’m tired of this disease. I want it to end already.
Also, something that has been stressing me out Is that I read that all current college classes were going to be “passed,” and I think that sucks. Some people worked very hard for their A just to get a “pass.” Anyways that’s just a thought. At the end of the day, I’m still grateful that at least I’m still working because I know a lot of people who aren’t working at the moment. I’m grateful that my family is safe, and I’m grateful that God allowed us to be alive still. And from the bottom of my heart, I sent blessings to all those in need. I believe in God having a purpose for everything, and I believe that and the end of the day, we all will understand what’s happening. I keep trusting that all this will be over soon. Sometimes we just have to be the light for others even when we’re in need of that light ourselves. Anyways, hoping better days are yet to come. May God keep my classmates and teachers safe.