Each week I try to remember the joys I find each day, then record them so I can read them on New Year's Eve and re-live all the joy the year had. I understand 2020 has been an anomaly but it is filled with joys, maybe little smaller than past years, but joyous nonetheless. They are out there for the taking if we just stop and look for them. And trust me, there are days I have to look long and hard, but I still find at least one thing that brought me true happiness.
Wednesday. My Wednesday class has restarted in a gigantic room. The room is set with tables connecting to form a square with about 12 feet of open space between them. The chairs are set up at 6 foot intervals plus every single person wears a mask. Personally I wish we were meeting outside, distanced with no masks, but this way it is saves tremendously on makeup time when getting ready! I really did enjoy the distanced interaction with other humans.
Thursday: I stayed home and got some much needed work done then framed 2 watercolors I found at Mom's. My powder room looks somewhat like a small gallery now. A very small gallery!