Hello! I hope you’ve been doing well and keeping safe.
Is it just me or is it still march? Oh my goodness its insane that the dumpster fire that was 2020 is almost over. Of course, just because the year is changing doesn’t mean it won’t still be chaotic. With that being said, let’s talk about my month!
My November was all over the place but let’s start from the beginning.
The very beginning of the month was relatively uneventful. Work was probably the most interesting thing that happened. However, around the second week I flew down to California to help my aunt drive her car to her new house in Florida. That was…something. The trip wasn’t awful. We made a couple stops to rest which made the whole ordeal a bit better. We stopped in El Paso, Texas to see my family. I haven’t seen them since I was two, so I was essentially meeting them all for the first time. It was pretty amazing. We also stopped in Houston, but really it was just to sleep. Other than that, it was empty roads and gas station’s with people who weren’t wearing masks. Yikes.
After my trip across the country, things returned back to normal. I figured after traveling and being in states where masks aren’t mandatory, I should take a covid test. I stayed home until I got the test results back and they were negative! I went back to work and life carried on as normal. Thanksgiving was interesting this year. Usually, we have my entire family in one house, but this year was a lot more quiet. While thanksgiving isn’t my favorite holiday, I am willing to argue that its food is top tier.
I am trying to enjoy my last months of freedom before I go back to school. I am all signed up for classes for January, which is pretty exciting. Though I do appreciate this time to relax a bit and for lack of a better word get my life together haha!
Anyway, I’ll talk to you in a month! Stay safe and wear your mask!