The worst of 2020 for me personally was the loss of one of my best friends to cancer. Although I will say it was quite amazing to experience the circle of friends and family that surrounded her with love and support which helped her let go of this world. The best was to enroll in school to learn herbalism. It has always been an interest of mine and fits so well with addiction recovery because it all about balance. Im still an addictions counselor but who knows what doors this opportunity may open?
My dog Kya.
My number choices are: 363 and 1538
Worst-Covid and all the terrible things it brought with it. I wish we would have all banded together to defeat this problem as humans and not political parties.
Best-My family is still healthy and beer is still being brewed.
One of the other hobbies that takes a lot of my paycheck.
2010 Subaru Legacy GT ~400whp and 400+torque and still taking money from my wallet.
Awesome! Thanks Vinh!
Best: Being furloughed in March and then being blessed with a new job in June... in the middle of the COVID mess.
Worst: The human response/reaction to COVID, along with the weaponization and politicization of COVID.
I just have to post a picture of my newest V54 light, the KR1vn90, along with some of its friends..
911 is the last 3 digit of my phone number. I had to dial it for mom today. She briefly fainted and is at the hospital right now. Hope its nothing major.