1. Tell us about your favorite moment or share one of the bright spots from the year we’re leaving behind.
My favorite moment was when our Colville kids decided enough was enough and we were allowed to hug our grandchildren again. Oh Happy Day!
2. What do you wish you’d known at the start of 2020? Elaborate.
I wish I’d known that travel would be so adversely affected because of the COVID. I wouldn’t have booked our flights to London and our lodging in Oxford. Then I wouldn’t have had to spend any time cancelling and wondering if we’d get our money back. Thankfully we were refunded for everything.
3. Best book you read this year? If you did not read any books this year, what’s the best thing you ate all year? We’ve all eaten, right?
Nonfiction: Besides the Bible which is by far the best, Only Jesus (What It Really Means To Be Saved) by John MacArthur
Fiction: All the Devils Are Here by Louise Penny
This was the only nonfiction book I read all year and it wasn’t until December that I read it!
4. The Pantone Colors of the year for 2021 are ultimate gray and illuminating yellow (a bright shade)…are you a fan? Would we find either of these colors in your home or wardrobe?
The ultimate gray could be found but I would not choose the illuminating yellow. We have some gray in our home and wardrobes but no illuminating yellow.
5. If you were/are making a list of 21 things to do/accomplish in 2021 what is one thing that would be on it?
Weeding out things that I don’t want to leave to our children to deal with is one of the 21 things to accomplish in 2021!
6. Insert your own random thought here.
Our family of 10 had a wonderful few days together over Christmas and we are so thankful for the relationship strengthening time we had!
Our 4 kids from the other side of the Cascade Mountain range left on Tuesday for home. We are thankful for how they honor us, their parents, and how they contribute to our family unity!
Addy asked our “Coast Kids”, “Why don’t you live here with us?” She loves spending time with her aunts and uncles. Addy had several deep questions during our times together. Out of the mouth of Babes…
Thank you Joyce From This Side of the Pond for your faithful weekly questions that add a midweek boost to our blogging!
10 thoughts on “Family Moments Hodgepodge”
You are blessed, such a lovely family. Our family was split up this Christmas, my son tested positive for Covid just days before Christmas. So my son and DIL had to quarantine. We quarantined also since we had just been to their house to drop off presents. Take care, enjoy your day! I wish you all the best in 2021, a very healthy and happy New Year!
Sorry to hear about your son. I hope his symptoms will be mild and he will recover quickly. Praying you stay well. Wishing you the best in 2021, also!
…our moments have been separated.
What a great Christmas for you and your family.
I am going to check out your reads at the library. 🙂
Happy New Year!
Lovely that you had a proper family Christmas. I too feel 2021 is a year to have a good sort out. B x
So glad you had time with your family. I so love the family pictures.
Happy New Year
So nice that you get to spend so much time with your family!!
Addy is a wise young lady.
I always love to see those happy faces!
Good thought to do things in 21.
Thank you everyone for your kind comments!
I agree with you about the traveling. We had to cancel a week in New Orleans, Tennessee, Alabama… not quite as nice as London, but still. Having to cancel trips… left a knot in my stomach.
Glad you had such a great time with family! There’s nothin’ like it! 🙂