I’m sorry- “it’s so not sorry for you ” πŸŽ„πŸŽ

Hi❣ It’s so nice to see you,- like always 😊 I hope all is fine with you 🧑

I’m actually a bit tired of reading all the “headlines” and articles in diffenert Norwegian media about “bhuhu 😭- I’m going to be alone this Christmas because I’m with Covid/ Omikron and need to be in quarantine“. Actually I don’t read them- I just read the headlines and think “Phu- another one “bhuhu- it’s so sorry for me”- story- and I don’t understand why it is so incredibly important to tell “the whole world” that it so sorry for you because you are going to be alone during the Christmas time. Or is it because you are in quarantine it’s so sorry for you?

Actually the point with this kind of articles are probably to tell all and everyone how many people who are in quarantine during the Christmas- time- so “take the vaccine, be careful, keep distance and so on”. The articles are probably more about “the corona- situation”- and I have no problems with understanding that one- but still I think it’s a shame to use this “Bhuhu- I’m alone during the Christmas- time”. In my eyes it’s like mocking about people who actually are alone during the Christmas- time for real.

Like I mention,- I understand that the whole “article concept” is to bring out how many must be quarantined due to positive Coronatest and Omikron.  I understand that the essence of this is- “see so many people the Christmas celebration was broken for due to Covid” (take vaccine, use, face mask ect.) But that is not the way I read it/ this, I don’t read the corona- situation- I read “It’s so sorry for me “.

I read- “bhuhu- I’m the only person in the whole world that are going to spend the Christmas- time alone- please feel sorry for me”. But you are not the one and only “alone soul” during the Christmas celebration.

I’m tired of this “Bhuhu- I’m alone this Christmas” – so what? Sorry- but you are not the only one that spend the Christmas- time alone, not the first one that spent it alone and not the last one either. There are so many people that spend their Christmas time alone- every year- without being in any quarantine- they are actually alone,- what about them? It’s actually much more sorry for them then you.

What about the sick children in the hospitals now at days- in their own way so alone in the Christmas- time? What about all the people that can’t effort the Christmas- celebration? Or buy Christmas gifts to their children and family?

Do you really think about what such a headline and article does to those who are actually alone, Christmas after Christmas?  Do you think about how mocking such an article is for them who is alone on Christmas Eve- for real? Why is it so much more sorry for you then all the others that spend their Christmas time alone?

I just repit myself a bit again, I know- because, yes, of course I understand the “writing concept”, “the media concept” about all this articles. But this is actually just a lots whining- nothing else in my mind.

And you, that are sitting there in your quarantine alone, you will probably or maybe still spend the Christmas- evening together with your family during a kind of facetime channel like Skype, Messenger, WhatsApp or something else. So you in one way will actually not be alone even you are alone in your home- because you are in quarantine.

In my mind I feel so much more sorry for all that actually for real are alone during the Christmas- time,- and not you because you are actually “just” in quarantine. And I’m sorry- but I don’t feel sorry for you.

I don’t feel sorry for you because you are alone at Christmas evening or during the Christmas- time. You are just in quarantine during the Christmas- time, and yes, it is a “special” event and time this season of the year, but still nothing to whine about like ” bhuhu- it’s so sorry for me”- you are not the only one.

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Why is it so important to tell “all and everyone” that it’s so sorry for you because you are going to be alone in quarantine this Christmas time? Ok- I know- it’s a part of this “corona- situation and media channels- concept”. But still??

I have spent some of Christmas- evenings alone, more then one, that’s for sure, and been just me during both the Christmas- time and New Year eve,- several times, and without any kind of social media channels where I was a kind if a part of a Christmas celebration either.

The first Christmas I was alone I did feel really sad and sorry for myself. I did even cry- but that didn’t help very much- I was still alone and I still felt very lonely.

But after a couple of Christmas celebrations alone I started to actually celebrate alone too– in my own way. Accepted the situation and did the best of it. And had a really good time during the totally alone Christmas time. I actually started to like my Christmas celebration alone 😊.

I have also invited people to my home in the Christmas- time so they didn’t need to be alone. And I have went out to the streets and shared Christmas cakes with people who was living on the street. Norwegian homemade Christmas cakes to Spanish people living on the street, together with a knitted hat and scarf.

I have also been in the situation for several years where I couldn’t effort to buy any Christmas gifts to my children or my family- so I know how bad that feeling is. It’s a not very good feeling at all. You feel like a big failure and loser.

Hopefully you there in your quarantine during the Christmas- time could at least buy your children, family or friends a Christmas gift and at least be happy for that?

This Christmas I feel incredibly grateful, happy and lucky because I’m not going to eat my Christmas- dinner alone, but together with two of my three children. And I feel incredibly grateful, lucky and happy because this year I actually could effort to buy the traditional Norwegian Christmas- dinner I have grown up with as well as give my children and my family something for Christmas too this year- the first year for a very long time- but that’s after working 12 hours shift, 7 days a week, for several weeks- not just because to be able to buy the traditional Norwegian Christmas-dinner and something to my children and family in Norway- but yes- that has been one of my Christmas- goals this year. And I did manage it too 😊.

We are going to eat a, hopefully, tasty, homemade traditional Norwegian Christmas- dinner this evening together,- and not so much more then that. But I’m still looking forward to this evening together with two of my children and enjoying a tasteful meal together. We are actually just going to eat together and that’s it. But still it is something to look forward too 😊. And do you know what- our Christmas will not be the way we did planned either- and that’s life 😊.

And I really hope you will get a very nice and cozy, great and good Christmas celebration even you are alone in the quarantine ❀. ( but stop the whining- it doesn’t suits you very much 😘)

I wish all and everyone a so good Christmas time as possible during the life- and living situation you are in ❀. I wish you a great day or evening wherever in the world you are 🧑. Thank you so much for using your time and dropping by my blog today 🧑

See you soon 😊

This little one is also spending the Christmas- evening together with us. Her name is Zoey- and under the dinner she needs to stay in her own “quarantine”.

I really hope the people who are spending the Christmas- time in quarantine will get a very nice and cozy, great and good Christmas celebration even you are alone in the quarantine ❀. But stop the whining- it doesn’t suits you very much 😘, and you are not the only one or the first one that’s spend the Christmas- time alone.

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