Santa’s New Rides & 2020 Silver Linings

VIDEO | Santa rappels from trolley car down Sugar Loaf Mountain to a Christmas event in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on December 5, 2020. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
Santa's New Rides
and 2020 Silver Linings

 
December 11, 2020
As we stare down the runway of the 2020 holiday season, we become aware of the unknown. What we do know is that it will be different this year.

So let's celebrate the differences
creativity, laughter, learning, and reinvention is all around us
Santa's 'living room on wheels' seen in Calgary on Nov. 18, 2020. Jeff McIntosh/Canadian Press
"I'm learning creative new ways to procrastinate."
- the lighter side of covid
VIRTUAL RIDE | Slinky Dog Dash at Disney's Hollywood Studios, Walt Disney World Florida
"My neighbour rescued a dog and now he's super happy."
- anonymous
Santa rappels down Chimney Rock in North Carolina on December 5th, 2020 to train for Christmas Eve. WLOS Asheville/Greenville
"I feel compelled to wave hello to my neighbours even though we have nothing in common but boredom."
- anonymous
VIRTUAL RIDE | Hitch-hiking ghosts from the Haunted Mansion at Disney's Magic Kingdom, Walt Disney World Florida
"For the first time in 23 years, I sent Christmas cards and put up outdoor lights!"
- anonymous
Santa meets children while sitting in a 'snow globe' in Aalborg, Denmark on November 13, 2020. Ritzau Scanpix/Henning Bagger via REUTERS
"I'm so desperate for a change of scenery, I went to
Home Depot the other day and it felt like Paris."
- anonymous
"I've been writing letters to my mom, and it feels good."
- anonymous
Santa poses for a portrait through a window in Queens, New York City, December 6, 2020. REUTERS/Caitlin Ochs

History will remember when the world stopped
And the flights stayed on the ground
And the cars parked in the street
And the trains didn’t run.

History will remember when the schools closed
And the children stayed indoors
And the medical staff walked towards the fire
And they didn’t run.

History will remember when the people sang
On their balconies, in isolation
But so very much together
In courage and song.

History will remember when the people fought
For their old and their weak
Protected the vulnerable
By doing nothing at all.

History will remember when the virus left
And the houses opened
And the people came out
And hugged and kissed
And started again.

Kinder than before.


Donna Ashworth

Enjoy this Holiday Season
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