Spring is obviously here, and do you know how I know? Well, it’s because my allergies are kicking in and they’re kicking in hard. My throat has been itchy, my eyes have been watering, and my nose has been running. My allergies are working 27/4. If I don’t take my allergy medicine at the start and end of the day, I feel like death is looming over me. That’s how bad my allergies are.
Getting back to the main point though, my allergies are a telltale sign that nature is thriving. The other day, I decided to take a walk. It wasn’t a very far one because of my family’s coronavirus fears, but it was a good one nonetheless.
During my walk, I saw bushes of blooming roses. There were red roses, pink roses, and orange roses. If it weren’t for my raging allergies, I would’ve stayed out to take pictures. But, because of how pretty they were, I picked some to bring home for my mom.
Here’s the picture:
Point here is that it’s kind of sad how nature thrives with or without us. I’ve seen a lot of news articles about how nature is returning to some places that people used to crowd. I know for a fact that Earth would do better without us, but in order for us to stay here for much longer, I hope the situation with the virus and nature returning is a wake-up call for those who haven’t thought much about their impact on Earth.