There is no sugar coating: 2020 has not been a particularly good year.
When the global coronavirus pandemic brought much of our regular life to an end in mid-March, it became clear that this would be a year like no other. As we struggled to get this virus under control, it forced us to leave in the dark the places that once brought us the most joy: theaters, theme parks, restaurants and bars among others. It even forces many of us to reconsider the way we spend our holidaysknowing that staying apart right now might be the greatest act of love we can show each other.
Our lifestyle has been forcibly changed (albeit temporarily). Since the loss of life and livelihood affects so many, it can feel like there is very little to be thankful for when we go into the holidays and closer to 2021. And yet there were still some during all the tragedy and boredom of Pandemic life. bright spots are found.