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Dallas' Deandra Kanu From The Bachelor Is Sharing Her Feelings On Quarantine Life

We've all had to adjust to a new reality over these last few weeks which, honestly, is one we probably never imagined would happen. Depending on what your day-to-day life usually consists of, it can be harder for some than for others to come to terms with the new "stay-at-home" rules. Dallas' Deandra Kanu from The Bachelor has been taking to Instagram to share her feelings towards life before and after the coronavirus struck.

From the moment Deandra first appeared on The Bachelor until that devastating rose ceremony where she was sent home, the Dallas native left a major impression on Bachelor Nation.

Just not on Peter, unfortunately.

Deandra strutted up in a windmill, referencing an intimate night between former bachelorette Hannah Brown and Peter, kicked major butt on the field during a group date, and made it known she was shocked to be leaving the show.

Post-The Bachelor, Deandra could be spotted all over Dallas strutting her killer style. Now, that's no longer the case, and Deandra is pretty bummed about it.

In a recent Instagram post, Deandra shared with fans what she misses most and what she plans on doing once life goes back to normal.

She also notes that 2020 is "canceled." Agreed, Deandra!

Deandra started her caption off on the above photo with, "TBT: to when we could pull up to the @therusticdallas and the Dallas farmers market CARE FREE."

If you're familiar with any Texas city's farmers market, you know that the Lone Star State does it better than anywhere else.

"I will never take the ability to live life freely and HEALTHY for granted again. It’s times like these that remind us how blessed we really are," said Deandra.

As the former contestant mentions, it's easy to take things in life for granted, especially when we're so used to our normal, everyday lives!

The photo above is geotagged in Dallas, Texas and shows off yet another fire fit from the reality star.

We can't wait to see what's in store for Deandra as soon as things get back to normal.

Until then, we'll be keeping an eye on her social to get tips on how to spend your time while social distancing. So far she has spent a lot of time cooking and practicing healthy routines from home.

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