A Year Ago...

by - 3/23/2021 12:00:00 AM







It’s been over a year since the pandemic has started and honestly I can’t even say that time has went by really fast because at times it feels like moments have been so slow. So much has happened within this last year for my family and I. Though I pretty much consider myself an introvert. Being in the middle of a pandemic it’s pretty excessive right now. A year ago I had a trip planned and I was excited about spring break. I just returned back in January from a cruise and I was super excited to go on another cruise for spring break, you see my son and I missed out on our spring break trip for 2019 so we decided to go on our spring break trip in January. Unbeknownst to me January would be our last trip to-date. I remember seeing the cancellations of flights the cancellation of trips and everything. the last twelve months have been crazy. No day has been the same, no moment has been the same. Unlike many people anxiety levels are high stress levels are high because it’s just so much unknown, so many twists so many turns have happened within the last year. A year ago today, I was not wearing a mask I was not mandated to wear a mask now we are mandated to wear a mask every single day and then most days I have two mask on because that suggested as well now. A year ago I had no plans on starting a garden because I had all intentions on traveling and just living my best life all summer 2020. A year ago I was super excited about the blogger events that I would be attending just excited about life. Though a lot of places are opening up a lot of places are still closed and there’s just so much that has happened so many people have lost their lives or lost a love one, lost employment so much just has happened so much just has happened to our world. But at the end of the day I’m thankful, I’m thankful for all of the things have that have come out of this pandemic because there are so many people who's life will never be the same. Life will never be the same for me there’s so many people...

Though they are so many things to complain about they are also so many things to be thankful for and today I’m thankful.




What positive change have you made in the last year?

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13 comments

  1. It's been a year, that's for sure. I did enjoy having more time with my kids, but I am very much ready for things to get back to normal.

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  2. I feel lucky too because my family is all healthy at this time. With the vaccine coming I am hopeful by next year we will be close to normal

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  3. I started a garden last year and loved all the fresh greens. I am expanding my garden this year.

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  4. I'm sorry to hear your plans were cancelled. We never got to travel in 2020 and missed out on our big trip as well. Hopefully things start looking up soon!

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  5. I was also an introvert but last year wasn't easy for me too.

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  6. Yes, it's been a year but things are still the same. CoVid19 are still there, many are still losing their loved ones and even loses their jobs but like what you've being said there's a lot of things to complaint but still there are a lot of things that need to be thankful for.

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  7. It was a hard year for many but hopefully over soon.

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  8. When I think about it it seems like it went fast, but yet it seems slow at the same time. I appreciated the slowing down of time. I always felt so rushed before.

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  9. It really has been a tough year. I'm really hoping for this to be somewhat normal again, but I think that's going to be a while yet.

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  10. It is crazy what this last year has done to us. So glad we can look up now.

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  11. Mama Maggie's KitchenMarch 25, 2021 at 6:04 AM

    The pandemic really had a big impact in our lives! But I am still thankful that my family is safe and sound. I hope you still had a wonderful year.

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  12. I prayed that this pandemic will be over. And everything will be back to normal again.

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  13. Indeed the past years were life changing. This has been then longest time I am staying at home and luckily, I still have work to cover my expenses. Let's hope for the best and sooner all will be back to normal.

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