The Sunday Currently

It’s the 24th day of the second lockdown here in France. I’m sure that others are also counting down until this is over. Many are looking forward to the holidays in December, including me. Even though I’m not going home this year for obvious health reasons, I plan to celebrate this with a few friends, hopefully, for Noche Buena on the 24th. But it remains to be just a plan until we can be sure if it’s safe to gather together even when we’re just five.

Currently

ReadingA Little History of the World by E.H. Gombrich that I bought from Antibes Bookstore before the lockdown. Still not finished with it.

Writing. None fore now. I have books to read

Listening. None. It’s quiet outside, and I like the silence.

Smelling. Fresh laundry that I haven’t folded yet 😀

Wishing. For this pandemic to be over, so, I can go home and visit the family in spring.

Hoping. Peace of mind. I have a feeling that changes are coming, especially that November will soon be over. There’s some at work and also at the personal life.

Wearing. It’s a bit colder, and I’m now in my cotton pants and shirt. The cuddle weather is here!

Loving. The silence in my street during the lockdown. ESPECIALLY DURING SUNDAYS 🙂

Needing. To cook quinoa using the chicken stock I produced while cooking Hainanese chicken this week.

Feeling. Relaxed. I just got home from a short 1km walk from my apartment to the beach. I love the feel of cold air on my face as I sat on a bench and looked out into the sea. The azure seascape always puts my mind at ease, and I need that.

The Sunday Currently by Siddathornton.

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