While December 31, 2020 is the highly anticipated end of the worst year most everyone has ever had, I know that the pandemic and all the collateral damage that has come with it will not magically be over. The sun will not burst out… Continue Reading “Beyond 2020”
Like many, we did not go anywhere for Thanksgiving. Nevertheless, we enjoyed good food and used that time to count our blessings and note the things for which we are grateful. We also will not gather for Christmas. Just because we can’t do what… Continue Reading “Into December”
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