General Fiction posted March 22, 2021


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Pandemic separates me from my grandson

Yesterday was a Typical Day

by Goodadvicechan


In the past from nine-to-five, I was a bank executive, yesterday from nine-to-noon, I was in bed. I dreamed of a corpse. I pushed him away, and ended lying on the ground.

From: 12:00 to 2:00pm: lunch and watching TV.

From 3:00pm to 4:00pm: nap time.

From 4:00pm to 8:00pm: my sister coached me to cook a Vietnamese dinner.

From 8:00pm to 11:00pm: my golden time of looking at photos of my grandson. At the age of three, he said, "Grandpa, I won't miss you. I saw your pictures."

From 11:00pm to 3:00am: my dedicated time to Fanstory.



A Typical Day writing prompt entry
Writing Prompt
In 100 words, or less, describe a typical day in your life. You can embellish a bit--for entertainment purposes--but try to keep it as factual as possible. Show us what it's like to walk in your shoes. Have fun with it!

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March
2021


During this pandemic period, I miss my grandchildren the most. I used to visit them nearly every week, played with them and cooked dinner for them.

Since the pandemic, I haven't seen them for more than a year. My grandson once said he didn't miss me because his father showed him pictures of me.

I listened to him. I look at his cute pictures everyday. That helped a bit.

I have been seeing my psychiatrist for months now because I have had bad dreams about dead people nearly everyday. I don't know whether it has anything to the facts that my brother died last year and also I know of other people died from the coronavirus. These dreams affect my normal sleep.
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