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Life of 11 year old- Coronavirus Lockdown- Part 3

By Rova - March 26, 2020

Coronavirus log day 3:

Coronavirus Cases: 64,832
Deaths: 913
Recovered: 393

( source is worldometers.info for all data)

All I want to say is take a walk outside if you can. Right now, most of the world is still, quiet, calm. You can probably hear birds chirping at this time. The simple rustle of leaves, the wind blowing. It's pure nature. Pollution levels have gone down. Researchers say this was the experiment on accident. I wonder what will happen after this is all over. Will we still try not to pollute so much? Will we walk more,  not take things for granted like toilet paper, or a handshake with your colleague, or maybe just even seeing the same random stranger in your school halls every day as you walk to your next period? Time will tell.

Now I'm just bored. Honest. If you're laughing while reading this then I'm fine with that. I'm just sitting on my couch, the same spot like always, typing a fresh new log about my day and try to distract myself from the thought of me or my family getting infected. Sure my logs might sound, how do I say this, informing in some way that I'm not sure about; but I'm just plain out bored. I have to do Online school, no interactions. Bummer. I can't see my friends again, and even when we do FAceTIme, all they want to do is play Roblox; a game I find strange. At least my parents are here, trying to keep me busy. But I'm sick of staying at home, treading up the stairs, stay there of 2 hrs and 15 minutes, come downstairs for an hour and 15 mins, and then tread back upstairs where I will stay for another 3-4 hours. In the end, I come downstairs to write a log that I'm not even so sure I'm telling my real self about here, and be trapped inside my body without much movement except my upstairs-downstairs pattern and my 2-mile walk with my dad. ( Now I have something interesting to tell)

I and my dad I go on a 2-mile walk every morning now. We talk about the virus and many other very factual and way more interesting things than about how to do quadratic equations and what -5 times 73 is. I feel that I'm learning more outside than inside, where I'm doing HOMEWORK. Yeah. I guess I am saying that homework is not useful and you should take a walk with your mom or dad and have an actually nice and comfortable conversation. At least they won't pick you when your hand isn't raised or make you feel embarrassed if you don't know something or got an answer wrong. Plus, they are factual and informative. My dad wanted to teach me about Africa on our second day walking; today in the third. I love learning about other cultures and to be honest, TEXAS HISTORY is BORING. I'm sorry but it is soo boring in my opinion. I want to learn about things like African tribes that don't know how to walk so they run all the time rather than what the Alamo was, though the structure inside it is very fascinating. Just yesterday I learned that there are 54 countries in Africa, including Madagascar, one country is called South Africa and there is also a Central Africa, there are 2 territories, tribes, like I said before- some tribes don't know how to walk so they run, and more. I also learned coronavirus facts and about STUPID IDIOTIC people not listening to the government and hurting others. One example: A group of Young Adults were partying saying they won't get infected and one of them tested positive.
Moral: DO NOT DISOBEY THE LAW IN THESE TIMES BECAUSE EVERYONE IS DEPENDING ON YOU TO MAKE THE RIGHT CHOICE SUCH AS NOT GOING OUT FOR UNIMPORTANT REASONS WHICH WILL NOT ONLY HURT YOU BUT ALSO OTHERS.

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