But What About The Good?


Kathryn Jane shares an inspirational post about the good in 2020- a must read (and yes, she does paint these beautiful cat prints!)

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Now that we’ve made it to 2021, and so many people have proclaimed their gratitude that 2020 is over, I thought it would be good to look back on the good things that also happened.

First, I need to say quickly that for me, the hype of a “new year” means little. In my world, January 1st is simply the day that follows December 31st. I’ve never been one to think, “Wow, what a year it was in 2011…” or “1999 was a great year.”

But that’s just me. And since 2020 was a constant in the media, I likely will have memories attached to that number.

Still doesn’t change the fact that a certain combination of four digits cannot be held accountable for all the bad that happened… or get credit for the good.

Will I have sad memories to attach to the year? Sure. My beloved dog died…

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  1. Jan Sikes says:

    Thank you for sharing, Jacquie. Heading over to read the rest!

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    1. Thanks, Jan ❤️

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  2. They’re beautiful! Thanks for sharing, Jacquie. Hugs on the wing!

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    1. You should go to her website and check out the rocks, Teagan- amazing!

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  3. Fantastic post! Thank you for sharing, Jacquie.

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    1. Kathryn is a wonderful lady, Jill. She does beautiful artwork and regularly volunteers at a local shelter for cats ❤

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  4. Thanks for sharing, Jacquie 🙂

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    1. Kathryn is so talented, Harmony. Check out her site when you get a chance 🙂

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  5. Pink Roses says:

    Sorry to hear your dog died, Jacquie. I don’t have one but I understand completely your dog is your companion and a definite psychic presence in your family.

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    1. Thank you, Elizabeth. This is actually Kathryn Jane’s dog, though I did lose my beloved Annie a couple of years ago and miss her still ❤

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  6. Thank you, Jacquie, we need positivity.

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    1. Agreed, Robbie. It’s easy to be negative…

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