A Look Back at December 2020

So, we say goodbye to the final month of the year that was. Christmas has come and gone and the New Year brings us a certain amount of hope that this year might be better, as realistically, it couldn’t get much worse.

It’s also the time of the year when wide-eyed dreamers declare their ‘New Years resolutions’ despite the fact that they’ve never managed to stick with one for longer than a week, and haven’t changed enough to indicate that this year will be different.

I’ve never been one for New Years Resolutions as you can probably tell, I’ve got this far so why would I change now? But still, I intend to bring all of my readers the very best content I can, as I try and do every year, I’ll also try and expand my horizons once more in search of new material to write about, so there’s your resolution.

Film of the Month: It’s a Wonderful Life (1947) – Directed by Frank Capra

An obvious choice, really. Not only the greatest Christmas film ever, but one of the greatest ever, period. It still manages to tug my heartstrings even after many rewatches.

I’ve really enjoyed this jaunt through a few Christmas classics, and I hope you’ve all found it a compelling read also, I don’t know yet what January will bring, but hopefully it’ll be interesting.

Before I say goodbye, I’d like to thank you all for reading. This year has been difficult for everyone, and I hope that my website has provided you with a distraction, even if just for five minutes. It blows my mind that anyone chooses to read the stuff I write, and you all amaze me every month with your reactions. Thank you, and have a wonderful 2021.

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