Last Sunday at 11 a.m. was the first time in 50 days that I was able to leave my home to take a walk and feel the fresh air (through a mask). We went to a field of cereals on the outskirts of town. There was all bright green in this time of spring. The weather was warm and sunny and, from that point, we could see a landscape of distant blue mountains. It was a relief and compensation to contemplate an open Horizonte after so many time confined in the four walls of my flat.
I enjoyed it a lot. Unfortunately, I didn’t take pictures that day. I did it yesterday, when I used the half an hour I have according to the rules of our authorities, to take a walk to go to the park next to my home. The flowers are blooming, and everything is as it used to be.
Since Iy was 8 p.m. (we are allowed to go out in different hours depending on our age), I caught the chickens and roosters that live in mini zoo situated in the moat of the citadel walls, getting ready to sleep. And I didn’t know that they sleep perched in pretty high bushes. It was a new sight for me to see branches full of these farm birds. I always have seen them on the ground and considered incapable of flight to reach the place they choose to rest that night. Never is late to learn something new.