What do you write for Christmas 2020 – it’s been a strange year hasn’t it … all those plans I (and many others) blogged about in expectation of 2020, COVID19 has knocked many people off their feet … and then cancer truly came back in summer 2020 to knock me further off my feet!

I don’t know how many people have had conversations like this (we haven’t thankfully):

When I was in New Zealand, Lesley introduced me to an amazing multi-layered Pentatonix track, and I’m also enjoying their Christmas track:

And I quite enjoyed skipping my way through this COVID-Nativity version (I think a church youth group, and a few laughs about the UK COVID situation, alongside a pretty ‘true to the Bible’ story):

Oh, and don’t forget, that at 5.30pm Sunday 20th December, you can join Carols On the Doorstep!

Added later – this from Jimmy Fallon:

I don’t like to wish time away, especially now, but I wish you all a pleasurable Christmas, and a much better 2021 (vaccine’s a-coming!).. as a historian, I’m not big on random dates meaning huge changes (e.g. years, decades, etc), but, I guess it is a time to reflect back AND look forward:

Cancer Updates

If you’re interested in the cancer updates, they can all be found on my blog.


Christmas ‘featured image’: Photo by Debby Hudson on Unsplash; New Year: Photo by Moritz Knöringer on Unsplash

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