Family Christmas Photos 2020

The year 2020 has been bad in many many ways. It is hard to remember any positive things about it. We each have our own personal list of negatives. We are eager to put it behind us and move on.

One of the hardest parts about 2020 is the way we have been separated from our loved ones. We miss the hugs and the good food. We miss the grandchildren. They are growing up fast. One of our daughters lives far away. We’ve been together via video. But, it isn’t the same as in person. She recently post their family Christmas photo. Everyone is masked, symbolic of this strange year. But, the photo was great. They are healthy, smart, and strong. We are proud. They will help make the future brighter.

 

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7 thoughts on “Family Christmas Photos 2020

  1. joynealkidney

    We haven’t seen our son and his family for over a year! Kate is 3 1/2 already. Thank God for zoom calls. A total reverse shoulder replacement in February took more out of me than I’d expected, but “Leora’s Dexter Years: The Scarcity Years of the Great Depression” is with an editor right now, and will probably get published in late winter.

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    1. Jim R Post author

      We had planned a driving trip to see this family in Oct-Nov. The virus wave cancelled that.

      I hope your shoulder is doing well. Good luck with the writing.

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  2. Eliza Waters

    It’s been a helluva year, that’s for sure. I love the family photo, commemorating a year no one is likely to ever forget. Hope your holiday is filled with simple pleasures, my best to you both.

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  3. Stephen Ruebush

    Thank you for sharing this with me 💯😁❤️❤️

    On Sat, Dec 19, 2020, 11:59 AM Our View From Iowa wrote:

    > Jim R posted: “The year 2020 has been bad in many many ways. It is hard to > remember any positive things about it. We each have our own personal list > of negatives. We are eager to put it behind us and move on. One of the > hardest parts about 2020 is the way we have bee” >

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