Find me the person that will want to remember the year 2020. Something tells me there won’t be many.
So many people, families, businesses and groups/organizations have suffered this year more than ever before. From going toe-to-toe with global pandemic to losing a person you care deeply about, it seems like just about everyone had a rough road this year.
The good news is if you’re reading this, you’ve made it. You made it through 2020. No matter where you are, what you’re doing and who you’re with, you made it. 2021 most certainly won’t be easy. We’ll still be dealing with COVID-19 and unusual lifestyles.
But can any of that be any worse than 2020? I highly doubt it.
After experiencing so much loss over the course of the last year, we all deserve to be happy today. So be happy today. Be happy about new beginnings. Be happy turning over to a new chapter. Be happy to leave 2020 behind. Be happy to move on to better days.
So here’s to you. Here’s to kicking off the New Year and hoping for a better year in 2021.
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