Good morning all,
Wow, today is December 1st, officially the start of the Festive season, we made it…
The last 9 months have been tuff and there were moments when I questioned wether we would ever reach this month. Oneway or another, we’ve got here, but we are here hand in hand with Covid.
Not exactly what we had all hoped for, we just have to make the best out of a bad situation.
The festive season can be hard at the best of times, especially if you live alone as so many of us do today. Now we have the added pressure of Covid, stopping many single people from just popping to the local pub to see life and having a face to face chat which helps to squash the feeling of loneliness.
For many businesses owners, this month will see the break or make of their company. Many businesses owners have worked tirelessly over the years to build something to support their families just to see the years of their labour diminish and unable to hold on any longer because of this horrible virus.
Families will now have to choose who can share their Christmas dinner because of the law of 6 and emotions will be running high. Try to put some perspective on the situation, yes for us Brits, it’s a special time of year but these are extraordinary times and i’m sure we can overcome.
Think of the possible fallout after Christmas and the measures the government might have to instigate because for a couple of days we chose to socialise with loved ones.
Honestly, It’s not the end of the world if we don’t see all our loved ones, it just means we will have to be proactive and get our thinking caps on to arrange something spectacular for the summer.
Whatever you reasoning is for this Christmas period, please be sensible and stay safe because at the end of the day, thats all that really matters, that we all live to spend next Christmas together.
This virus has touched us all in many ways, just try and spare a thought for those who aren’t as lucky as you maybe. Post a Christmas card through a strangers letterbox, it might be the only card they receive this year.
Christmas cheer is a state of mind, so let’s all think the glass is half full and we will get through this.
Thanks for stopping by.
Take care of you and yours,
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