No words are necessary to assess what an awful year 2020 was. I’m not going to waste my time — or yours — looking back at why it was such a…
- Dumpster fire
No, instead, as I reflect back on 2020, I’m going to focus on the few positive aspects of 2020 for me, personally.
- My wife and I moved to a new home in February
- We sold our old home for considerably more than we were asking in mid-March, just as the stay-at-home orders were imposed. Phew. 😅
- Our first grandchild, a boy, was born in May
- Joe Biden and Kamala Harris were elected President and Vice President in November.
- Our daughter-in-law found out in December that she’s pregnant and our second grandchild is on the way.
- No one in our family, nor any of our close friends, came down with COVID-19.
- My blog reached 4,000 followers.
On a sad note, our 15-year-old mixed Shepherd/Lab died in November.
Anyway, my friends, I’m not going to make a speech or anything, but 2020 is over and we have a brand new year to look forward to. So think positively and make the best of the new year. I mean seriously, it can’t possibly be any worse than last year.
I did specifically write this post for Linda G. Hill’s Just Jot It January prompt, but when I saw that her word for today was “speech,” I managed to sneak that word into the last paragraph of this post.