March Madness

I wish I were referring to basketball, daylight saving time, or the beginning of spring. All I can only think about is Coronavirus. It seems like that has taken over my mindset since last year. As we are approaching the anniversary of when the world stopped, can you remember the world without face masks, hand sanitizers, and being 6 feet apart?

When I look at old pictures of the beginning of 2020, I began to think I took life for granted. Eating at restaurants, traveling with friends, hugging church members, and even working were all so simple things that I enjoyed. I can remember one day at work, it being stressed out, and saying to myself, “I wish I could get a break.” Now thinking back, be careful what you wish forbecause you never know what may happen.

With all this madness going on in this world, what can we do to keep our sanity? No one has the answer. The “normal” life that we use to have is constantly changing every day. Now that we are aware of our surroundings, we are now paying close attention. Let’s be honest, no one cared about global warming until one of the hottest states, Texas, recently had a snowstorm. The one thing that I know for certain I am grateful to live through this time, and hopefully time will not repeat itself 20 years from now. We are the future, with common and a little book sense we can make this world a better place for everyone.

Published by sincerelysearcy

Hello Readers, My name is Jasmine Searcy, and I have my BA Degree in Communications Media. Writing has always been a passion of mine since I can remember. My plans for this blog is to educate, inform, and entertain your intellectual minds. I would also like to make this blog into a safe haven where no topic is taboo. If  you have any questions or want to suggest a topic, feel free to contact me through the website. Let’s embark this journey together.                                       Sincerely, Searcy

2 thoughts on “March Madness

  1. Your statement about none caring about climate change until Texas freezing over. Same thing can be applied to police brutality and racisim. During this time we have been revealed the level of complacency in our lives if the issue “is not affecting us”. Great article

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