When the first case of covid-19 was released, I didn’t think that we would be stuck at home for more than two weeks. After a couple of days, the government’s midnight broadcasts gave me a horror movie ambiance because the number of the incidents increased as the days went by. It didn’t take too long to postpone the flow of our daily lives. We started online classes which were really hard to adopt. The most striking part of the self-isolation for me is to not to go out by necessity. In normal time, going for a walk is a thing that I like most. It was so hard to spend energy at home for me, even if there were alternative ways of spending energy but I couldn’t feel the same way with walking outdoors. Nowadays, thanks to online classes, I started to make ceramics at home and I occupy myself. To sum up, I learned that even going for a walk is such a blessing.
The thing that took place since the beginning of the outbreak in Turkey which I found interesting is the people’s going insane when the lockdown was declared, they acted like they have never seen bread, dry food and in my opinion they must have thought that they would never go out again. I saw people stocking gasoline for their cars for lockdown on twitter. I found this ridiculous, we already couldn’t go out. When this situation is all over, I don’t know how happy I will feel.