One of the most talented frontwomen of all music community and also well-known vocalist, Amy Lee, has shared yet another new post about the coronavirus outbreak on her official Instagram account.

As you might remember, Evanescence announced that they postponed their schedule due to the coronavirus concern and joined the group of musicians that delayed their tours and events.

As you can see in the photo below, she has started to deal with the garden of her house while she was in quarantine. Apparently, she built a new life for her during this devastating epidemic.

In addition, Amy has made a sincere statement to flash the details of her self-quarantine days. She also added that ‘I’ve learned in my life, that along with pain and death, there has always also been new life.’

Here’s what she said in the caption area of the recent post:

“How’s everybody doing today? This strange time of sickness and quarantine has made me grateful for a lot of things I usually take for granted.

Hanging with friends, everyday human connections, fresh produce, paper towels, and most of all, feeling like I know what’s happening next. Every day is a new “ok, where are we? How many have we lost since last night? What’s the new plan?”

Along with the nagging feeling that every time we make a new plan, it’ll probably be scrapped before we can follow it through. But the sun is shining today for one of the first times in 3 solid weeks where I am, and it’s giving me hope. Jack is playing in the sunshine, and I wouldn’t be able to be here for that if I was on tour right now.

I’ve never been very good at growing things but we planted seeds and all this oppressive rain has made little sprouts of carrots, dill, basil and parsley pop up. New life. And I’m reminded of something I’ve learned in my life, that along with pain and death, there has always also been new life.

Almost simultaneously sometimes. I don’t know how long till we get past this moment, but right now looking at these baby sprouts I feel a calm peace that we definitely will.”

You can see the Instagram post of her right below.

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How’s everybody doing today? This strange time of sickness and quarantine has made me grateful for a lot of things I usually take for granted. Hanging with friends, everyday human connections, fresh produce, paper towels, and most of all, feeling like I know what’s happening next. Every day is a new “ok, where are we? How many have we lost since last night? What’s the new plan?” Along with the nagging feeling that every time we make a new plan, it’ll probably be scrapped before we can follow it through. But the sun is shinning today for one of the first times in 3 solid weeks where I am, and it’s giving me hope. Jack is playing in the sunshine, and I wouldn’t be able to be here for that if I was on tour right now. I’ve never been very good at growing things but we planted seeds and all this oppressive rain has made little sprouts of carrots, dill, basil and parsley pop up. New life. And I’m reminded of something I’ve learned in my life, that along with pain and death, there has always also been new life. Almost simultaneously sometimes. I don’t know how long till we get past this moment, but right now looking at these baby sprouts I feel a calm peace that we definitely will.

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