Last year I took part in a Bloggers tag post of the highs and lows of 2019. After looking back I thought I would make this a yearly post and look back at 2020.
After a year no one would have even dreamt of, what were my highs and lows of 2020.
1. What was your happiest event?
This took no thought, it has to be the birth of our Granddaughter in November. Although the wait to have my Nanny cuddles took a while, I finally managed it in December. She is gorgeous and her big sister who is now 3, is the best big sister anyone could wish for.
2. What was the saddest thing to happen?
This has to be C suffering and after two trips to A&E one for 7 hours, where we were sent home. Then a few days later for 5 hours where she was admitted and had to have drips put in her. This was before the pandemic and before the NHS was struggling with the pandemic.
4. Who let you down?
5. Who supported you?
Same answer as last year, my Mum. She takes care of C so we can have a break and let our hair down (when we are not in lockdown). She listens to me rant and cry. I could not do this without her
6. Tell us what you learned.
2020 was a learning curve for all of us. I learnt about what was truly important and appreciating my family and friends. Also just how much we took for granted. I also learnt how selfish a lot of people are.
7. Tell us what made you laugh
No matter what mood I am in my husband can make me laugh. He also has a way that can make C laugh when no one else can. That in turn really makes me happy. Also facetime with my granddaughter she is such a funny little thing. I laugh more when her Mum says come and talk to Nanny and she says no because she is busy.
8. Tell us the things that made you cry
I cry over C privately, but I can cry at anything on the tv. I watch soaps and films and cry, while my family laugh at me telling me it is not real.
9. Tell us three things your child or children did to make you feel proud.
D – His work ethic and working his way up in his job
S – How he has taken to being a Dad and working hard to provide for his family
C- Her love of art has never gone and the amazing artwork she produces, and how she copes daily
10. Tell us the things that made you proud of yourself.
I think it is stepping up and being there for my parents, my Dads health is suffering and he is becoming more confused so I have had to step up and take charge of a lot, which has made me realise the roles are reversing to some extent.
12. Tell us the things you would like to change about your life in 2021
We had a lot of plans for this year, my husband turns 50 this month. Last January I booked a cruise so he would be away for it. We also had a few other celebrations in mind. This has obviously all gone for now. I just want to be able to see family and friends and create some happy memories