Covid 19 is awful. It’s hard to see what life might look like after, it’s already changed so much of our world. I saw two things online that really resonated with me.
the first was a tweet that went something like “well, here’s to two months of wondering if my chest pain and light cough is covid or if it’s allergies and intense anxiety”. the second was a comic I saw today on Reddit that went something like “the great prophecy of old has been fulfilled! The world didn’t end, but it did suck for a while.” It’s going to suck for a long while, for a lot of people, in a really bad way. But life will go on. I’m really looking forward to when people aren’t dying of this. I’m also looking forward to toilet paper.
also, as a natural introvert, When it comes to being stuck at home- I’m coping better then most of the extroverts in my life.
Big thanks to my brother for the help on getting this one sorted out!
Of course, the reason I’m not freaked out by black holes and rogue asteroids is because of this fact, which I learned from Star Trek: The enterprise will always swoop in just in time. “But Rob, the enterprise isn’t real” I hear you saying, “You’re living in a world of science fantasy! Join us in science reality, won’t you?” Well, to be honest, I guess I have just enough little problems occupying my mind that I don’t have time to worry about cosmic cataclysm.
In other news, cataclysm is BY FAR my favourite word.