Nothing said but a shy “hello”...
05:37 Nana measured her temperature.
Now it is getting more serious. The whole dormitory is under the quarantine, surrounded by cameras and guards. Students are sitting in their rooms, looking hopelessly through windows.
Let's come back to our house.
07:03 Nana measured her temperature.
“What can I do? Eduardo is already on the plane” with a voice full of panic and confusion, said our coordinator.
10:23 Giuseppe started to play the piano.
After that stressful call, we had a very typical quarantine-day. Nothing special was done except Lina's first attempt to do Nana's hair. Karolina was drawing and listening to an audiobook, Sandra was concentrated on yoga... As always!
14:56 Nana measured her temperature.
However, during that day, the question of Eduardo's arrival was still on our mind. Empty shelf in the kitchen, empty room, empty space in the fridge and a clean bathroom. The whole house was missing someone that wasn't even there. Will he come?
We were having our time with coffee and cake, when we got a final information: Eduardo will not come to the house.
18: 24 Giuseppe started to play the piano.
“They are all here, they are all here!” screamed Nana.
“But who are they?” the question arose among us.
She came to pick us up and we went to the balcony, from where we saw Eduardo for the first time. He said a shy hello and it felt somehow like Romeo and Juliet.
23:57 Nana measured her temperature.
*While writing this chapter we asked Lina how the story by Shakespeare is called in Palestine and she replied: “Romeo and Giulio”.
PS. It is only one of Lina's slips of tongue.