Believe it or not, we’re almost at the end of 2020, finally. It’s been a wild and tumultuous year, but we’ve made it this far.
Since this is such an unusual year, and many of us won’t be able to see family and friends in person, we have to get creative for holiday plans. There will definitely be a lot of virtual hangouts with families, but I’m wondering what else people are doing. I’m going to a virtual book event tomorrow night, and I’m going with my Mom and niece next week to a drive-through Christmas lights show. I’m glad there are still alternative and safe events like this to celebrate the holidays.
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