Looking back on December

It’s been a year of changes and challenges. Not too much was left unchanged, and cancelling plans was what we certainly did more of.

December 2020

December was no different there and brought no traditional festivities. Instead, there were lots of cookies, more walks and more connecting over the distance.

We’re all hopeful for the new year and the new hope it brings – and the vaccine. I’m counting down the days!

May it be a good year for all of us, full of good health and good news only.

Looking back on autumn

It’s been a quiet autumn, with lots of staying home and going on walks. We had lots of warm days that allowed for time outside, and there even was coffee and cake.

Autumn 2020

It’s cold outside by now, and winter is here with snow and fog. Christmas is just around the corner, and a different Christmas for sure this time.

I hope this entry finds all of you in good health and spirits – and ready for a new year that will hopefully be a lot easier for all of us!

Looking back again

It’s been almost one year since I last shared glimpses. While the world around feels like it changes every day – and the world as we knew it has disappeared for good – life still goes on all around.

So, to stay connected, I though I’d start with a collage of the last year!

From Prague to the Danube loop, from skiing to the Cirque du Soleil, and of course Alpacas and Llamas – on into early 2020.

Prague was wonderful, and we hope to return one day. Of course, now all of our travel plans are paused, but one day…..

Looking back on July

July brought record summer heat and thunder storms, sunshine and rain, a weekend getaway to a wonderful street art event, flowers and, as was to be expected, lots of work tobe done in between all that. But the vacation season is ahead!

Looking back on June

June passed by in what seemed a minute – with record setting temperatures and sunshine, events and iced coffee, greenery and all that life brings.

My favorite were the tiny clay figurines in the upper left. We found them at a gardening show and just had to get them. And then there were a few days off!