Yoga with Adriene

luka

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It's not too too bad where I am I've got some trees and the worlds most beautiful park but there's parts of London where you haven't got anything just horrible everywhere trapped in a box
 

yyaldrin

in je ogen waait de wind
don't recognise this at all, no way could i stay inside for one entire day, i'd go mad, going for a walk is all part of the struggle against inertia and hopelessness for me
i have this too. i go mad when i'm inside too long. i start pacing around the flat for no reason. my flat is on the ground floor so it's extra terrible, there's no place in my flat from which i can see the sky. i always have to keep the lights on.
 

catalog

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I can go days, but I know its very bad. I love it as well though, when you wake up and it could be day or night. Not so much now but years ago, I'd go on binges where I'd watch 5 films in a row, two takeaways in a row, used to loved it once in a while.
 

version

Who loves ya, baby?
I've gone a week or two without going out in the past. It didn't bother me too much, but every so often I'd lean out the window just to breathe in some cold air.
 

luka

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I've gone a week or two without going out in the past. It didn't bother me too much, but every so often I'd lean out the window just to breathe in some cold air.
You Told us you hadn't left the house since December last last year?
 

version

Who loves ya, baby?
No, I didn't. I told you I hadn't seen any friends from Christmas Eve until June. I still went out. I'm talking years and years ago re: not going out for weeks at a time.
 

luka

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Oh. I changed it to not leaving the house in my head. More extreme.
 

version

Who loves ya, baby?
Yeah, a lot more. I think that would definitely have driven me nuts. You could lose all sense of time and reality staying inside for that long. I've been hearing anecdotes about people's older relatives suddenly seeming to have declined cognitively because of lockdown. They don't know what day it is, keep forgetting things
 

luka

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I haven't gone out. It will be dark soon. I don't want to go out. It's miserable outside and full of psychos. It's nice here. I can make a cup of tea or wrap myself in a blanket. I have books and the Internet.
 

yyaldrin

in je ogen waait de wind
tell us the view you have from your windows? do you look out on a busy street? on a park? what happens out there?
 

luka

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It's a lot of nice red brick. An oldish warehouse which now seems to be mostly photographers studios judging from the flashes
Some newer houses and their small, scruffy back gardens laid out in a row. An ugly car park. A Little wedge of sky.
 

luka

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The backside of an advertising hoarding where the pigeons congregate and mope.

The curtains are closed though it's dark.
 

luka

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Sometimes steam rising from a vent. Apart from the pigeons which are always there, occasional magpies and wagtails. A cat maybe walking along the fence.
 
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