Hasta la vista ‘20

Hi dears, this post is coming right off the cuff. I only want to wish my followers, readers, and visitors on my blog the absolute best for this holiday season. I hope your celebration whether virtual or in person, at home or work, was one that y’all enjoyed. Like everything else this year, I hope we did make the best of it.

I spent my Christmas at home this year again. It was just a normal day with so much food to eat and drinks to drink. I spent it with my family and it was way better than last year’s even though I couldn’t eat well lol.

I couldn’t post here on Christmas day because of unforeseen circumstances and I’m here to tell you guys that this is my last post of the year 2020.

All I want right now is peace of mind for my readers and I throughout the remaining days of the year, because we’ve all been through a lot this year, it’s exhausting.

I really wish for things to be back the way it was, before the world shutdown. A year that will go down in history no doubt. We will tell our children, grandchildren & great grandchildren, about the changes & rebirths that went on in 2020. Not only were we presented with a virus, but also racial injustice, police brutality, social changes and disruptions. Parents had to become teachers, teachers had to adjust their curriculums & learn to educate the youth from a computer screen. Essential & nonessential were the rankings of society. Some people’s careers taken right from under their feet. While others were “lucky enough” to be working from home. And healthcare workers busting their asses saving others’ lives. But do people realize even those changes can be detrimental to one’s mental health? But of course, as a society we still had to throw judgment wherever we could. Even during the most unprecedented times, where people are losing loved ones left & right while still trying to maintain some form of a life.

Stay in your homes they said. No hugs. No vacations. No get togethers. Stay inside or else you’ll get sick or even succumb to something worse. Exhausting is the only way I can describe this.

All in all, it was an amazing year because I got to learn a lot of things about relationship with friends, found happiness, learnt a craft, which is crocheting. I’ll share my projects and i’d like for you guys to patronize me.

 



Don’t forget to stay safe and use your mask. See y’all next year ❤️❤️. I love you guys so much and thank for sticking with my blog. Ciao Adios.

HOW WAS YOUR DECEMBER?

WAS IT DETTY OR SPARKLING CLEAN?

HOW DID YOUR CHRISTMAS GO?

Please gist me in the comment section 🥰❤️

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4 Comments

  1. Ruona December 28, 2020 at 8:53 pm

    Compliments of the season, baby. This year was a lot but the fact that we’re still present in this world is enough to be grateful for. I’m glad that you were a part of my 2020. I love you.

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    1. admin December 29, 2020 at 7:38 am

      it’s enough babe. Let’s hope for a better year. I love you too 🥰

      Reply
  2. Impulse December 28, 2020 at 10:50 pm

    My Christmas was great because I was at hone, no stress, no sweat, just chilling with the fam✨So much to be thankful for🕺🏾

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    1. admin December 29, 2020 at 7:39 am

      the best way to go about Christmas 😁

      Reply

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