#AtoZChallenge One-liner: H is for Heroes

Heroes

(noun)

The Corona version:

The people at the forefront in the battle against Corona – health care workers, social welfare workers, police and fire departments, bankers, supermarket staff, grocery shop owners, delivery boys, and other essential/emergency service personnel.

Stay home, if your work allows it.. at least for the sake of our heroes who risk the exposure just so that we can be safe. Stay home. Practice social distancing. Wash your hands. Don’t be a covidiot. #StayHome

This is day #16 of the lockdown here in India. Hope you and your family are safe and well. Stay safe. Take care.

At the risk of sounding controversial, when was the last time you went out?

How’s staying at home turning out for you? Do you have the lockdown blues? Stay tuned. I’ll be back soon with a list of activities to fight lockdown blues. ๐Ÿ™‚

Do let me know. The comments section is all yours for the taking.

P.S: Do make sure that you regularly check your spam and trash folders. Some comments end up there and have to be rescued!

Here are the links to my other #AtoZChallenge one-liners. Click on any letter to read the corresponding post.

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74 thoughts on “#AtoZChallenge One-liner: H is for Heroes

    1. Glad to know that. Yes, dear. I’m perfectly okay. How about you? Stay safe. Take care. Thank you for reading.
      Yes, the spam thing is irritating. I have keep checking multiple times a day. Because of AtoZ, if you comment on too many blogs and include a link in your comments, the chances of your future comments going straight to spam are higher!

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  1. Its been ridiculously difficult. From someone always on the move someone in a house arrest ๐Ÿ˜€ JK
    Though it has been difficult, it is quintessential. I hope you are safe and at home.
    Happy A2Zing ๐Ÿ™‚
    — rightpurchasing.com

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  2. Indeed! If people don’t stay indoors now, the heroes would be fighting a lost battle.
    Staying home is a little difficult when one is used to being outdoors but that’s a small sacrifice to be made.
    I have been keeping myself busy by reading and catching up on classic movies! How’re you beating the lockdown blues?
    And of course, stay home and help everyone stay safe ๐Ÿ™‚

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    1. Yes, if people don’t stay home, our heroes will be risking their lives for nothing! I’ve been keeping myself busy by binge-watching and blogging. The A2Z Challenge takes up a lot of my time. So there’s no time free to get bored, which is a good thing! ๐Ÿ™‚
      I’m at home and safe. Stay safe. Take care. Thanks for joining in. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  3. I don’t know anything about the spam thing. Maybe ignorance is bliss. I spent the entire month of February at home with shingles. I spent all of March at home except for a couple of doctor appointments. So being grounded st home is no big deal. We have been confined for 4 weeks. We are allowed to go out for esentials only. As of Friday morning you cannot leave your house without a mask. I am not afraid of staying home I am afraid of going out.
    Stay safe.

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    1. Occasionally a few comments end up in spam by mistake. So I keep checking them every day. ๐Ÿ™‚ The situation is the same here. We can only go out for grocery runs and we have to maintain social distancing. We have to use masks to enter the shops. Me too, Lauren. Staying at home is. Going out isn’t. But some covidiots have trouble understanding that. Thank you for dropping by. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  4. Society, where I stay, is sealed by BMC (Brihan Mumbai Corporation) as one senior citizen from our apartment, died of COVID 19. So we are in the containment zone and have been advised/ordered not to venture out of our houses. So right now I feel as if I am in Big Boss house!

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  5. They’re the real heroes. I haven’t been out for a long time since my dad is the one bringing home the essentials. I must say I’m among the privileged and lucky ones to spend this time with no worry. Stay safe, Shwetha.

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  6. Well I went out last morning to get veggies. But it was a straight line. No curves. I do try to keep it not often…Once in four to five days. We have no home delivery except milk. It’s a little scary now. Take care!

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    1. I have to step out tomorrow to buy vegetables. But as the shop is visible from my apartment, I can drop by when it’s not crowded. Every time I go out, I try to finish all the shopping so that I don’t have to step out for 5-6 days. I’m not even getting milk as the shop owner has gone to his native place. Then there are talks and rumours of the lockdown being extended. It gets a bit too overwhelming at times. Stay safe. Take care. ๐Ÿ™‚

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    1. In India, we are only allowed to go out for buying essential items. That too, only a single adult per household. After two weeks of home isolation, I have got used to it. Take care, Keith. ๐Ÿ™‚

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    1. A great round of applause indeed. No, even a standing ovation won’t be enough! They deserve that and much more. Aww, thank you so much. Please convey my heartfelt gratitude to your husband for being a true hero in these tough times. My prayers are with you and your family. Stay safe. Take care. ๐Ÿ™‚

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    1. Cheers indeed. Glad to know that you liked the picture. I found it to be very cute too. That was exactly the reason why I chose it in the first place! Thank you for reading. ๐Ÿ™‚

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    1. Here’s to the heroes! May they win this tough battle. Stay safe, take care. Hopefully, only a week more to go. And hopefully, the curve will finally flatten. Stay safe. Take care. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  7. You’re right. These people are the real heroes.
    The last time I went outside was 12th March. Although, staying at home isn’t bad for me but I feel anxious thinking about all the things happening.

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    1. Glad to know that you are in agreement. I have to been going out to but groceries and other essentials occasionally. I feel anxious too. I’ve stopped watching the news these days. It makes me too anxious. Stay safe. Take care, Richa. Thanks for reading. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  8. I am terribly busy. There are back to back meetings and trainings on Zoom and there’s work at home too. Thankfully my boys are a huge help in the kitchen and otherwise too, so it’s manageable. But I seriously want to relax and sleep for long hours (without the alarm clock), read to my heart’s content and try new hobbies like everyone is doing. SIGH ๐Ÿ˜€
    Oh yes, we need to be thankful and grateful for these heroes who are helping and supporting us despite the challenges. More power to them!

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    1. WFH can be more hectic than work at the office indeed. I am glad that you have got your family to help and support you. ๐Ÿ™‚ Hopefully, the weekend will let you sleep a little more, read and try new hobbies too. ๐Ÿ™‚ Here’s to the heroes. Thank you for reading. ๐Ÿ™‚

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      1. They are having a blast….we plan something every single day….and try to make it special and eventful…they are always up to something….it’s super fun to be with them during these times

        They do miss their friends and talk about it ….but the hope is that after lockdown they will get to go out and play with their friends

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      2. After the lockdown, all of us would be thrilled to get back to normal. But I’m glad to know that you are able to make the most of it. Keep enjoying. Stay safe. Take care.Thank you once again for dropping by. ๐Ÿ™‚

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