Most Significant Moment: The arrival and living with COVID-19.
Everything from the toilet paper crisis (the centre pic was my rare cottage find when there was none left within the Province of Ontario), to the end of Donald Trump as the President of the United States.
I feel 2020 was the year of solitude; served with a side dish of hatred and divide!
|TAKEN: Throughout 2020|
January: I participated in a five weekend advanced digital marketing (in-class course) in downtown Toronto. An amazing and eye opening experience!
February: Jukebox and his band headlined a local event that was sold-out and attended by all, including my bestie @veronekak.
March: Our entire community rallied around our childhood friend as he battled a very debilitating illness. This event, held Saturday March 7th, 2020, was the last time I was out socially before the initial pandemic lockdown took effect.
April: The unexpected and very premature passing of my husbands step father from ALS. Rest in peace Ivy!
May: No longer able to live normally because of Covid-19, we moved full time to the cottage.
June: We planted and enjoyed tending to our very first cottage vegetable garden. (We have serious plans for expansion in 2021.)
July: We gave Stella, our floating picnic table, a serious facelift and added a trolling motor for speed. She became the talk of the lake.
August: My Sweetie and her sweetie. I captured this Kodak moment the first time JMrex visited the cottage to meet us.
September: I took a step back and made a plan to move forward!!
October: Our tiny bubble enjoyed a Thanksgiving pumpkin carving event. This was also the evening my husband suffered his life altering health issues.
November: The look of the last eight months as we prepare to hunker back in to yet another lockdown.
December: Totally locked back down and hoping this one word is what we all get to experience in 2021.