Well, no doubt about it, it’s been a rum old year, and yet by making the most of what one could do, I for one have some wonderful memories.
January- began with early snowdrops
and Winter Walks.
We also put in an offer on our new home, and began for the third attempt, a house purchase- would this be the one that went through?
I optimistically compiled a list of 20 things I planned to do in 2020, and got off to a flying start with a visit to the Scarborough Art Gallery to an exhibition of embroideries/ art works to celebrtae the 200th Anniversary for Anne Bronte.
February- all was going well with the proposed house move
March- Covid 19 and the threat of Lockdown looms- our house move progresses and we start to fill boxes left by the removal firm.
April- Move on hold, caught between exchange of contracts and completion. Our life is in boxes.
May- and the move is on again.
June- Lockdown eases further and unpacking continues.
July- Getting to know the new area
August- finding a wider community
September -Settling down
October- Autumn Colours
November- Lockdown 2
December- Christmas as we have never know it.
2020 has been a year like no other- a year to appreciate what you have and making the most of life, and learning to adapt. Maybe we will be nicer people and the world a better place.
Happy New Year,