Honestly, after the last two crap fest years, I really don’t want to say anything to jinx 2022.
Two years ago, the prospect of 2020 and its clear vision of normalcy with a little travel thrown in, began with a late December 2019 trip to Texas, taking a train from San Antonio to Houston for Christmas at NASA. March 4, 2020, found us on a day trip to San Diego on Amtrak, wondering how worried we should be about a virus we’d heard about lately. Nine days later, we were locked down. The Husband didn’t work for months, while I was lucky enough to work from home. In hindsight, the word for 2020 would be Uncertainty.Continue reading “Thoughts About A New Year”