Quarantine life results in “a mess”


Amaru Delgadillo, Staff Reporter

A mess. That describes my quarantine.

I did not expect it to be so bad. At first, I did not take it seriously, but as places started closing and people started to freak out, it became scary.

Then the school closed. To be honest I did not want the school to open back up and sure enough, the school closed for the year.

With the school closed, boredom set in and now I wish I could go back. Yet, I know only two classes kept me engaged and I always attended those two classes. Due to my lack of attendance in physical classrooms, I find the online school nice, My online classes are the only activities I can really do while in quarantine. That is why I describe the quarantine as a mess.

I also watch my younger siblings. I am getting used to being around them, barely. They are annoying.

During quarantine I established a couple of goals to fight the boredom and my lazy attitude. I decided to work out more, clean a lot, and make sure my grades are good, so that I pass into the next grade level.

Home and home activities are my life. I have adjusted.

My quarantine is not awful, but it is, in my opinion, a mess.