It's hard to believe we are hours away from the end of 2020. I'm not sure any of us will ever forget this year.
Luckily, she's still with us. Despite the grim diagnoses, Willow is doing well and she still wakes me up every morning for her breakfast.
Working from home, my husband and I have been less impacted by COVID than a lot of people. Our lives didn't change all that much from day to day, but that didn't mean we weren't affected. Over the summer, my brother and his wife tested positive and had to quarantine for two weeks. Either had any of the harsh symptoms you hear about on the news, so once the quarantine was over everything went back to normal for them.
I learned the benefits of grocery pick-up and searched the internet for recipes so I could cook more at home.
One of the greatest blessing through all the craziness has been my love of books, both writing my own and reading some great authors. Some of my best reads this year were: