2020 was what many people called a tragedy and a time of regret. Maybe for the world, it was. I tried to look on the bright side and realized that it was a good start to a decade for my family. It was probably one of my best years health-wise, and my treatment has been going strong as we approach the two-year mark. The two-year mark usually is when all therapy stops working for me.
As I reflect, I realize that my family spent time with relatives and friends, even just on facetime, zoom, google meet, or on the phone. What I am saying is that 2020 wasn’t such a bad year in some ways. No one got COVID and we were all safe and sound together. I would like to give a big shout out to the front line workers that help make our family and many others safe.
Those efforts made it possible to have fun at home with each other. I played with my brother. We got to play more together and became pals for life. We played games often, and when we were finished, no one got hurt. In all, when I look back, I am grateful for that.
For the world, that was a different story. To the people that lost loved ones, my family and I pray that you are in a better place. We lost a beloved mother, grandmother, and mother – in – law. She will forever be in our hearts.
To everyone, think positively and make 2021 a great year.
Be brave and look on the bright side of things.