Monday, July 27, 2020

RGB Monday

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Some cool drinks and juice bottles line up at the Marina beach… image, from long time back – what made me continue to write below.

Pandemic has made forget everything or to say at least a lot of things and the normal life too seems left far behind to remember. We adapted to the change of life already and I feel only traveling has been missed out of my life. Nature creates wonder around us and trying hard to retain its wealth which vanished through smog and environmental evils stealing away its richness. Pandemic comes as a great teacher delivering life changing lessons to every one of us in some ways, despite the battle with virus, replacing the senses to respond to the need than greed of life. People utilize this period in different ways; thinking how to be productive and manage the loss of the lockdown period and some plainly entertain with what comes their ways. Importantly I see many a people come out with their hidden talents and creativities during this period and many prefer drawing and paintings in common but what they do is unique from each other to amaze.

The Covid above us had become no more and the asymptomatic tenant got well himself without going into any treatment and his family is safe as well without transmitting the virus from him. Their house was unsealed today but they were out already as his quarantine period ended on Saturday, and he restrained well himself at least within his home and we got free disinfectant sprayed everyday until his quarantine period ends. One of my uncles passed away yesterday and he was bedridden for last few months but he has shown improvement in last few weeks lost his breath suddenly. Though they say he had high blood sugar and the doctor had changed the medicine that day, some doubts it’s a result of covid which hardly had evidence. Hope you guys are Ok!

14 comments:

Tom said...

...these are complex and difficult times, all that we can do is try to keep going on. Take care my friend.

ashok said...

Nice click

L. D. said...

I am so sorry for your loss of your uncle. The daily spraying mist have heled keep it all under control. I am glad you are safe.

bill burke said...

Glad the person above you got his health back and his family is safe too from getting the virus. Very sorry to hear about your uncle passing.
Some people are waiting for things to go back to normal but that isn't going to be happening. We all have to adapt to move forward. Have a wonderful new week, Jeevan.

Sandi said...

My condolences on the loss of your Uncle, Jeevan.

Glad your neighbor and his family are OK! And glad to hear you are too.

Here a lot of people are staying home, but some are out with masks. I do not know anyone who has had it.

George said...

I'm sorry to hear about your uncle. Sudden deaths like that seem harder to understand. I'm glad your neighbor has recovered from the virus and that you are all still well.

Destination Infinity said...

The RGB photo framing is good, but the pic is slightly blurred.

Destination Infinity

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Lady Fi said...

So sorry to hear about your uncle.

Rose said...

I am so sorry for he loss of your uncle, but glad you and yours did not get the virus from the one above you.

Betsy Banks Adams said...

Hi, Yes---I don't think our lives will EVER go back to the way they were.... People in my country still don't follow the rules (facemask, Social Distancing, etc.)... Because of that, we still have MANY cases of the virus... BUT---we are beginning to open things up --and hopefully our kids will be able to go to school this fall....

Like you, I miss the traveling the most... BUT---we made a short trip in June and will take a short on in August... Since we love being out in nature, we can always find places to go where there are very few people around....

Sorry to hear about your uncle's sudden death. Blessings on the family!!!

Have a great day/week ahead.
Hugs,
Betsy

Nancy Chan said...

Sorry about your uncle's passing. Glad that everyone is well and healthy.

Elsie Amata said...

I'm so sorry to hear about your uncle, Jeevan. I'll hold your family in my thoughts and prayers. I'm glad the rest of your family is healthy and safe.

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RADHAKRISHNAN C K said...

HI JEEVAN,GLAD TO SEE THAT YOU ARE OKAY.WITH LOVE FROM KERALA-CKR