Contributor is exactly Justin Tella
2021-01-22We as a family have only known one person that has had covid and luckily we were never near them when they had it. It was a cousin that lucky couldn't make it to our home for Thanksgiving dinner. After they were in the hospital we got updates about their health almost every day and visited them (with masks) after they tested negative and feel much better. I personally would never want to get it because I heard it could cause damage permanently and you could be in the hospital for weeks. So I guess we were very lucky to not have someone with covid at our dinner table for Thanksgiving this year.
2021-01-20Since the beginning of Covid masks were a necessity I never minded them unless I was running or exercising still they were annoying at all times and I would have preferred without them. We also have to keep our hands clean and wash all the time for me this hasn't been a big change and unlike, others my hands haven't gotten terribly dry either. One more rule that has truly affected me is small groups of people and in those small groups 6 feet with masks on. This means I can't be with friends or at least I can't be with a lot of them at one time which has risen some complications. So all in all, I can manage through this but it does get annoying after a while.
2021-01-07Over the Winter holidays which are usually filled with laughter and joy from relatives across the state was rather boring compared to that but still the same eventful. With just me, my dad, mom, and dog there was a little commotion but lots of leftovers. Even though Christmas and New Year's were different they were not stopped. We had take out for New Years and a feast for Christmas whith just the three uf us I had brisket for all meals for the next week. Over Christmas, I got a mini-fridge as the big gift and have loved it since. So even though the 2020 holidays were different, they still raised my spirits no the less.