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When quarantine started because of COVID-19, I decided to spend this time doing things I couldn't do very much until then.
Even in this situation, there are many things I can do in and around the house, and I was able to notice the small happiness in my life.
It was very encouraging to see how people all over the world were spending this time through their unique drawings.
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During the quarantine, my kitchen table has become a gathering place for all of the things that are a part of my new daily routine.
With most of the tourist areas and beaches closed and a restriction on travel during the lockdown period in Cyprus, my family and I were only able to exercise outside within a limited distance from our home. As a consequence, we discovered some beautiful areas close to our flat that we had previously had no idea existed.
My entry for Mapping this Moment—a little comic documenting these strange times.
This is our walk route which is a little over 3 miles. It was a coping ritual that is now habit. We see gopher turtles, plumeria trees blooming, egrets, herons, ibis, spoonbills, wood storks, singing frogs and alligators, who is our friendly neighborhood map monster. We moved to Florida back in November and we love it here!
since quarantine hit and i had to move out of my studio space for a bit, i moved back home to work with my two teenagers who were completing school virtually. this is a depiction of my day to day these past couple of weeks once my husband leaves for work.
During the month of May, while sheltering-in-place, I created 41 pages in a banana-leaf photo album with some of the ephemera from our trip to Asia in 2010. We explored everywhere between Komodo National Park to Lhasa, Tibet. In between was Bali, Borneo, Singapore, Hong Kong and China. Each page took 8-10 hours. In the evenings we would reminisce about the memories from the page that I had created that day.
"Mapping this moment" of continuously changing feelings. From anxiety to hope, from creativity to despair.
Here is my take on the last three months spent at home with my 3 year old twins. Initially I was on a rollercoaster of emotions and worry about the virus. Meanwhile the children were too young to fully understand and think we just stay at home and hang out in the garden and that’s life now. There was always great excitement whenever they spotted a plane ( which was few and far between these days). They are convinced their cousin from Melbourne is on the plane enroute to play with them. Oh to be young again!