Well, what a bizarre time it has been, and still being. Who would have thought in 2020 we would be in a global pandemic that caused the UK, and the world, to be in lockdown. As restrictions are starting to ease and businesses are able to open their doors again, we are now able to get back some normality.
Although the last few months have been very challenging for us all in different ways, I can’t help but think about all the positives we are coming away with. For me personally, I can now add ‘Teacher to High School and Primary School ages’ to my CV (to be honest though, fractions, long division, adjectives, nouns, bossy verbs etc… are still a complete mystery to me). We also got loads of decorating done in the house too.
The biggest positive we are all taking away with us is QUALITY FAMILY TIME. We have spent far more time with our family at home. Getting to know each other properly over family meals, playing board games, playing games outside. On the flip side, we have missed the rest of the family and friends outside the home. Grandparents not being able to cuddle their grandkids, us grown ups not being able to have a hug from our mum and dad. I’m a hugger, and I’ve really missed hugs.
There is no better time than now to get your family photos updated. Recording this time in your family history to be passed on to your future generations, remembering the bizarre year that is 2020.
Here are a few images from the Passey family’s session, on our first day back open.