Nothing is worse when you’re bored out of your mind and have nothing to do. That human… right there… the really really bored one who is typing this from the comfort of her bed… that me. Quarantine is probably the most inconvenient thing to ever happen to me. I am such a person to be constantly busy with multiple tasks to accomplish— a true New Yorker at heart. And now, to be halted to a stop is more than unbearable. Ugggg, I’m so bored. I could scream. There is only so much Netflix and swiping through Instagram that I can do. I’m too lazy to go for a walk because the couch has consumed me, and homework is not on my mind right now.
Honestly, why are professors assigning more homework now? Huh??? I guess they don’t have anything better to do with their lives as well. Oh, and if you think that’s bad, nothing can be more annoying than when I’m in a Zoom class, and one of my family member’s head pops through my door. Shhhhhhhh, be quiet! I’m in class! I can’t wait for this to be over… if it is ever over. Some days I get so annoyed with everything and everyone; I lock myself in my room. Maybe I should adopt an animal? Nah, my mom would never allow me. Why am I so tired all of the time? I’ve already slept in until noon. Oh, right, I went to bed at 3 am. I need sleep. I can’t wait for this to be over and life to go back to normal. Normal is probably gone forever. We will probably never experience normal ever again, or maybe there will be a new normal. I want things to go back to the way they were: college, friends, church, internship, work, radio, toilet paper, paper towels, people not panicking, motivation. I crave that old normal.