Our year started with a lot of promise, but then our lives were suddenly put on hold. During this time, we have learnt to be flexible and pivot, come up with new plans, be resourceful, even more hardworking and creative, as we have had to fit our lives around our homes.
2020 has probably been the most memorable year for all of us, for perhaps all the wrong reasons. It has been a year of sadness and uncertainty. Precious loved ones lost, but never forgotten.
It has been a year with some positives, where community has become important and has helped kept us going, along with our gardens, parks and we where have reconnected with Mother Nature, who has been patiently waiting for us to reconnect with Her.
It has also been a year of family and friendships.
As we move towards the new year, rather than put 2020 firmly behind me, I shall remember the lessons learnt from it; remembering what it means to be home, safe and well, with my small family.
So, I will see you in 2021, ready to embrace whatever the future brings, which will be possibilities and new opportunities.
Wishing you all a healthy, safe and positive new year!