As the world welcomes in 2021, we also mark the end of a difficult and challenging year for everyone.
While we may start the arrival of the new year without fireworks, confetti, champagne, music and dancing, the New Year still symbolizes renewed hope and the beginning of a better tomorrow.
In past years, midnight skies on New Year’s Eve would be aglow with fireworks and the streets filled with revelers but typical of 2020, many celebratory events have been cancelled or will be held virtually.
As I reflect back on 2020, the year was certainly not all bad and I’m very grateful for family, friends and even more so, our health that I count among our many blessings.
As we count down the hours until 2021, my hope is that the coming New Year will be a healthier and happier one for us all.
Thank you for your support and friendship throughout the year.
I wish all my readers a Healthy and Happy New Year, Karen