Have you thought about how you are going to celebrate Christmas 2020? Are you having family and friends over? Are you going to visit family and friends? Cooking? Bringing a dish? Celebrating over a Zoom call?This Christmas is going to be very different because of the Coronavirus so that there is no spread to family members or friends.It is going to be hard for mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, grandmothers, and grandfathers not to be able to hug their love ones, but it is better to be safe and send love through Zoom calls, Facebook, FaceTime, and phone calls.This Christmas holiday will be very personal for everyone, because this is going to be a Christmas to reflect on the past year and focus on the future years to come.If you are enjoying Christmas with your immediate family that lives outside of your home, please remember to wear your mask, wash your hands for 20 seconds, and social distance six feet. Praying and wishing for a better 2021 and one without thinking about the past year with Coronavirus. We look forward to the vaccine that will be out hopefully by the end of this year, so that we can return to some sort of normalcy with our family, friends, co-workers, church members, and community friends.
Thank God for all the blessings he has given you this year and look forward to next year being better by being safe and eating healthy. Let us not make this Christmas bad because of the Coronavirus, but happy because we are safe and healthy to see 2021 come in.Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
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