My name is Joshua. I have been in lockdown now for what feels like forever, but it has only been a few weeks.
I have been kept busy with my mum; we have done lots of fun things to help keep us happy.
One thing I have been up to in lockdown is drawing a giant rainbow displaying this in our window to show anyone walking past and maybe putting a smile on their face, I have also drawn a giant emoji face for the boy’s club.
I spend time playing on my PlayStation and talking to friends and family on Facetime too which helps cheer me up. I have done some schoolwork each day and creativity with all sorts of things.
We have a puggle who’s three, so I’m glad we get to take her out – we don’t get to play at the park but that’s OK. At weekends I usually spend time with family, friends or doing my activities, but this weekend I was unable to do any of those so my mum and I built a trampoline fort and we had dinner, played games, wrapped up in quilts and we were in our PJs and waited for the stars to come out.
I feel sad that I don’t get to see or play with my friends or go out any places or see my family. I especially miss my granny and grandpa I am sad but I know I must stay at home until this virus is over so I can make sure no one gets hurt.
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