Last March when Brentwood High School sent the students home one week prior to Spring Break due to caution over COVID, I thought they would probably be back in school in two weeks, right after the regularly scheduled Spring Break. Boy was I wrong.
If someone would have told me 9 months ago that in December 2020 I would cancel my trip to Virginia to spend Christmas with my family also due to continued concerns over COVID, I would have thought they were crazy. But just yesterday, I had a conversation with my parents, mom 80, dad 87, and we decided it would be best for everyone not get together at their house for Christmas. Something we have been doing all my life, even after I moved to Tennessee 21 years ago.
So we look to the future. We look to 2021 with a vaccine in the initial stages of distribution. We look to getting back to normal where we can get together in crowds as spectators or friends, filling up stadiums, theaters, conference halls or family rooms without worry of spreading this invisible virus. We look to being able to shake hands again and seeing friendly smiles that no longer must hide behind masks.
The new year will be a great time to think, dream and re-evaluate our priorities. If you have questions about your current coverage or need to know how it is situated for the future, give me a call. I always enjoy chatting with you and hearing how your family or business is doing.
Since I will not see my parents this Christmas, I recorded a guitar instrumental of Silver Bells for my mom (based on The Ventures 1965 Christmas album). Click here to check it out.