Thanksgiving in 2020 during a PANDEMIC

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Thanksgiving in 2020 during a PANDEMIC

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The thanksgiving of 2020 is far different from every year. Due to the COVID 19 outbreak, I was not able to see my family over seas or my cousins. Spending Thanksgiving with my cousins and grandparents is one of my favorite things but I could not do that this year. So this year I stayed home and had thanksgiving with just my family. My mom, dad, brother, my other brother, and sister were all their. All the food was the same. We had turkey, ham, masked potatoes, gravey, green beans, mac n cheese, stuffing, corn, rolls, pumpkin pie, apple pie, and vanilla ice cream. After we ate food, we played board games and then went in my pool and lastly played basketball on the court in my backyard. Which was really fun. Overall, I think that I had a great COVID thanksgiving at home even though it was not the same as past years.

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This item was submitted on December 14, 2020 by Lizzie Walker using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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