Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New year!



With 23 posts already published to this blog in 2020, this being the 24th , and another  39 posts already published to our business blog, Real Time View (with the likelihood that we will close out 2020 with  40 posts), it’s time to simply sit back and yes, be truly thankful for what happiness we were able to realize this year. It’s been a very difficult time for all of us whether directly impacted by the COVID-19 global pandemic or simply been on the outside, looking in.

As you can see from the picture above, Margo and I continue to practice social distancing. We were fortunate in that when we built our home in Windsor, Colorado, we made sure there were offices for each of us. Not surprising to read that at times, I can be a bit disruptive when on calls especially now as nearly all of our calls are on ZOOM. But enough about the practicality of our situation the really good news is that we continue to test negative for that dreaded coronavirus.

Like nearly everyone we talk to we simply cannot wait for 2020 to wrap up. 2021 just has to be a better year for all of us, don’t you think? When we look back at all the travel plans we had made for 2020 there is an element of sadness tinged with just a bright spot here and there. Yes, we saved an awful lot of money in 2020. But our Christmas celebration will be somewhat muted this year as family interaction is being kept to a minimum.

And so, even as this is but a brief post as the day draws to an end and Margo and I look to pulling out this and that to celebrate Christmas Eve, we want to wish you all the very best for this time of year. A time to celebrate Christmas, the New Year, and all that takes place during this holiday season no matter your religious customs. May it simply be a happy time and one where there is a lot of cheer on display!

Don’t hold that champagne toast for a better time and don’t spare any of the traditional yuletide festivities. If it's more or less a staycation then fair enough. At the very least, we can all say that yes, we made it! From Margo and me, the very best of wishes for all and we hope the weeks ahead prove to be a blessing to you all.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!


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