Just a short post from me this week as it's Christmas tomorrow and you don't want to waste your time reading my blog.
This year has been a weird one, and this Christmas will be far from ordinary, but we do have a lot to be grateful for. Whilst things may not have gone to plan, and we may not have been able to spend as much time with those we love as we would’ve hoped, I feel the kindness and care of the close to us has really come to the fore this year.
No one has had it easy to say the least, and I feel people have truly recognised this. Everyone has learnt to look out for one another more than they ever did in the past, and, without the ability to hug and be close to our closest friends and family, we have thought of other ways to show we care. Whether it has been a phone call, a card in the post, or a simple message, there has been so much thought for one another. I feel this is an incredible thing to have happened, and a very positive thing to have come out of 2020.
I wish everyone a very Happy Christmas, and whilst it may be a lot quieter and more distant than before, we are all still here for one another. If anyone feels alone or lost on Christmas Day, remember you are not alone, and there are so many people who are here for you and care about you, myself included. Take some time in the day to do what you love, be it go for a run, watch a movie, eat a load of food, or go for a walk. It is important to take some time for you.
Stay safe and positive this Christmas, and even if you feel lost, remember there are so many people who are here for you.
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