What a year 2020 has been. I am counting down the hours for the start of 2021 with the hope it will be a much better year, especially once more and more people get vaccinated and the risk of getting sick decreases. As the year wraps up I am trying to focus on the good things in this past year. The pandemic (did you see that is the word of the year?) certainly made this year very different from what I expected and meant many changes of plans.
I could complain and go on about what I missed during 2020. I could also go on about all the challenges this year brought, but I'm trying to keep it positive. 2020 has meant retirement, lots of art time, lots of good books, lots of walks, baking and bread making, as well as time with my family and the dogs. My mother also recovered from covid and seems to have no long term effects. As one of my friends says, if you focus the good things, the bad don't seem so overwhelming. 2020 has certainly been a year to get back to a simpler style of life.
It has also been a tough year for others in so many ways that haven't touched me and which I can only guess at. Let's hope it doesn't take long for 2021 to improve the world even a little!
Today also Tracey's last hosting day at Art Journal Journey. The Meaning Of ... has been a super challenge, and I enjoyed it a lot. Thanks Tracey for being such a great host.
Here is my last page for the month.