Our daughter from Indianapolis has to work Christmas Eve and doesn’t get off until 3:30 a.m. Christmas day. Such is the life of a nurse. Our grandson and his wife will go to his wife’s family’s Christmas celebrations on Christmas day, and then they and our other grandson will drive up to stay with us on Saturday and Sunday, and we’ll have our family celebration. All three kids have sworn to quarantine for two weeks before coming.
My sister, who’s a caretaker for my cousin with cerebral palsy, has to worry about Covid– a lot. My cousin wouldn’t survive it. So she’s not coming for the Christmas meal, but we’re all going to wear masks and wash our hands to go to her house for an hour with leftovers and to visit so that she’s not left out.
I’m expecting to have a happy holiday. And this year, with all its craziness, I’m wishing the same to all of you, even if you don’t celebrate Christmas. Wishing you happy holidays!