Thursday, December 31, 2020

New Year's 2021


 Just because the year changes doesn't mean things will suddenly change. God willing, we'll gradually see the end of mask mandates, social distancing, and Covid-19 in general. Personally, I expect that the immunization will gradually induce immunity in the community, but until then we'll be good and try not to be spreaders.

Meanwhile, we'll celebrate 2021 (I've just now learned to write 2020) in our usual fashion--asleep well before midnight. However you choose to usher in the new year, may you be safe and well. 

10 comments:

Patricia Bradley said...

Like you, I'll sleep in the new year. lol. Unless my cat decides otherwise. She's gotten where she hops up on the bed about an hour after I drop off to sleep and wants my attention. lol

Wishing you a wonderful 2021, Richard!

Richard Mabry said...

And the same to you, Patricia.

Priscilla Bettis said...

2020 has been painful for so many people, but Dear Husband and I and the kids are still happy and healthy, and I'll remember 2020 as the year I sold my first story and became a published author. I hope you and yours have a fabulous 2021, Richard!

Richard Mabry said...

Priscilla, you have lots to be thankful for--hope 2021 is even better for you.

Patricia Bradley said...

Congratulations, Priscilla! That’s awesome!

Priscilla Bettis said...

Thank you, Richard and Patricia.:-)

Diana Hardt said...

Wishing you a Happy New Year! Hopefully 2021 will be a better year.

Richard Mabry said...

Thanks, Diana. Same to you/

Laura Hix said...

Thanks Richard. Happy New Year to you!

Knowing I am safely in the arms of the Lord is all I need to be able to keep myself happy with the New Year!!

Richard Mabry said...

Laura, that gives me security as well.