I started to do Time Capsule posts in 2017. The original idea of time capsules is to pack items into a box that represent the year. In order to minimise clutter in our house, my versions so far have been digital ones in 2018 and 2019, but this year? I might just put in some hand sanitizer and a face mask, along with our internet provider's bill and be done. Right?
On the other hand I have grown fond of these yearly reviews. It's all about the positive moments and memories. So here goes:
2020 was starting off nicely. We were kicking off January at the sports bar. It was Colin's and a teammate's turn to escort the team onto the ice. It was back when nobody had to worry about mass events and stuff.
As for me, I also got a last chance to connect in person with my high school girlfriends. We had brunch at a local café
This is the cheesecake he made for me. Just kidding, I made it myself. He picked the strawberries and made some spaghetti with tomato sauce which he tried to arrange in heart shape.
Part of my business as usual was taking part in a month long "a photo a day" challenge in September (I was gonna repeat it in November, too). One prompt took me to see some local Alpacas, aren't they cute?
My "baby" turned 12 this year, hard to believe. Here he was celebrating with some of his hockey buddies.
We went for a hike, 40 minutes each way! The Rhine Gorge was created about 10,000 years ago by a rockslide, the gorge walls reach heights of up to 300 metres. In its depths, the Upper Rhine winds its way for 14 kilometres. It is fed from Lake Toma at the Oberalp Pass, the Rhine's official source. From there it is exactly 1,233 kilometres to its outlet in the North Sea near Rotterdam in the Netherlands.
That was 2020, all in all not too bad, right? We got off pretty easy. Other families were hit much harder. We tried to do our part by donating food, clothes and toys.
HAPPY NEW YEAR! Thanks for reading. See you in 2021!