My summery mood is back! and freedom is big in my mind.
Summer is almost here, and I am looking forward to have a break. A break from what? A break from Covid, a break from city living , a break from the couch, a break from TV watching, a break from all the limitations that we had to endure due to the pandemic.
Solid data are showing that the vaccination program is working, deaths are decreasing and we are finally being asked to leave our houses, and to stay outdoors.
I ‘m happy that all is happening, however it has been a long year, most probably it will go down in history as the Covid year. I, sincerely, hope that humanity will archive this year in the books of history and never need to live the experience again.
After 1 year of hanging onto my resilience, I am now looking forward to summer. I personally just want my basic back. I am not really looking to do anything special, or beyond believe, I just want my freedom back, I want to see my family, I want to travel, I want to go out with my friends, I want to walk in the street without a mask, I want to, reciprocally, kiss and hug and be kissed and hugged by my friends and relatives, I want to dance. The loneliness of a life in isolation has proven very hard to bear. For me and for the most.
I always appreciated freedom and it has always ranked very highly in my value scale, however for my luck, I have never lived a life without freedom. Now, I understand the meaning and the sense of despair that can generate, when freedom is lost or not an option.
My summery mood is pushing me to aspire that all these feelings can come back and I feel very grateful to the scientist of the world that have discovered the vaccine. That has been the real positive event of the Covid year, the event that is leading us out from this year of limitations and restriction.
With summer approaching I also started to think forward, to think about what’s next and to think about future and positiveness. Yes, I want to close and archive the Covid year from my everyday life and vocabulary. I want to go back at work, and thrive at whatever I will do as long as I can live freely!
In the last year we were all given the opportunity to stay at home and shelter, we behaved bravely and respectfully for one another. A generous decision that soon we will need to pay. But now please, let us free to go back where we were one year ago and enjoy our summer. I want to live with lightness the moment while I check my luggage and get ready for the next chapter of my life.