Updated: Jan 4
On the 12th day of Christmas, 2020 gave to me a bunch of BULL S*&T and a partridge in a pear tree!
Seriously between the election, the furloughs, virtual learning, and an entire pandemic, this year has been one for the books! It has completely changed how we interact with our families and loved ones. But the most difficult part of this year has been the constant loss of life.
2020 has been the most tragic year I have witnessed in my lifetime. I have offered condolences to so many people I have lost count. While there is never a good time to lose a loved one, this year those losses seem to have an extra sting due to all of the astronomical stressors we experienced as a nation.
But here we are facing another quarantined holiday season and now more than ever we want to spread joy to our loved ones. Between financial hardships, seasonal depression, social distancing, and grief there is a large number of individuals who are not looking forward to this holiday season at all. So what do we get our loved ones who are not in the spirt this year?
To keep the memory of a deceased loved one alive engraved holiday gifts are a great idea. They are subtle ways to include them in the holiday.
1.Beautiful handmade wooden ornaments from the BrooksHouse Company
2. Keep them close to your heart with a beautiful engraved necklace from The Signature Collection or Arianna's Closet
Another idea would be to give more motivational or encouraging gifts to your grieving loved ones. Something that they can reflect back on whenever they are feeling down.
3. When you can't find the words on your own grab an inspirational greeting card from CRWND by KDS.