Hello and welcome to the home of Word of the Week. A nice and simple weekly linky, with everyone welcome to pop by and share. The idea of the linky is to reflect back on your past week and share it with us. It’s great if you can sum it up in a word or phrase, hence giving us your Word of the Week. My word this week is ‘2021’ and you can read more about that below.
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My Word of the Week – 2021
It’s the first week of 2021 and I am entering with trepidation. This time last year my word was ‘Forward’. It was the beginning of the new decade and a new era with us leaving the EU. I had many things to look forward to and the year started well with my eldest son’s birthday and a trip to the ballet with my friend. Then in March, along came a virus and suddenly the world became a different place.
2021 feels like a step into the real unknown. A Brexit deal has been made, changes will be dealt with, hopefully it will all go well. Vaccines have been produced to fight off the virus so maybe we will be getting back to some sort of normality this year. But will anything ever be the same again. Last year we had no idea what was going to happen, this year we enter with a little hope at least.
I wish all of my readers a very Happy New Year. I hope it goes much better than last year.
Now it’s over to you, what word or phrase sums up your week this week.