As the snow thaws away, spring heads our way! This year one may expect a very different March as opposed to last year’s. Switching indoor for outdoor activities, this year a lot of individuals are looking forward to making memories to make up for any lost ones from before.
The Boro is alive with nature shedding out of its winter disguise and blossoms springing forward. With the sun out and the rain nourishing nature, many find this April a delightful time compared to last year’s enclosed April. What seemed unprecedented last year, makes this year feel much more ordinary.
For most, January is the month of slowing down after the bustle of the holiday season. A new year for new beginnings, fresh starts and resolutions. However, with the pandemic still staggering around many people’s lives, and with COVID numbers rising each day, this new year may feel very much like 2020, just extended. However, many families may still want to look forward by making the best of this time and seek new things to do. For those free days, it may be exciting to take a day to visit Princeton and enjoy all it has to offer!
If there ever was a year that needed the holidays, it’s definitely 2020! While this year has not been an easy feat to any one at any age, there have been moments in which families have found comfort in special moments, where people have found heroes among their lives and some sort of glimmer of hope lives on.
As trees go dormant, wildlife prepares for winter and evergreens give their green flare, families all over the states contemplate how to celebrate this year’s end-of-year holidays. As difficult as it may be for some family members having spent almost a year without seeing one another, the pandemic is still not over, and it may take some more time and special holidays before being able to rejoin in celebration. No matter how Claremont Towers families decide to enjoy thanksgiving and the upcoming holidays, the CDC offers suggestions on how to celebrate during the pandemic.