Bring it on
Wow. That went fast. 2020 was a blur of "will it, won't it" questions. Everything we knew went flying in the wind. We had to relearn how to live and survive. Thank you but no thank you, Covid.
Except, it shook us out of our complacency. We learned to be more efficient. We spent more time with family, not to mention perhaps also fight more than before. But we grew closer to family, no doubt. And youth groups stepped up to offer fast solutions to problems that no one faced before.
Will we survive? Here we are at the new starting point. It's all about doing more with much less.
We definitely grew up in 2020. So here's to some more.
Bring it on.