There’s a lot that happened in 2020. What will you remember? You can use this form to capture some of your memories. Share with friends and family to collect their memories as well. Put them away for a few years and pull them out sometime in the future.
When 2020 started, before I knew anything about COVID-19, I felt _________________. I looked forward to _______________________________________.
In March, when we knew for sure that the pandemic was a serious threat and many cities and states imposed “shelter in place” orders, I felt _________________________.
When washing hands thoroughly became a priority I learned to wash my hands really well, by singing ________________________.
The three things I missed the most:
My work/school routine changed quickly. Suddenly I had to ______________________________, ____________________________, and _______________________.
When things got especially stressful, it helped me to ___________________________.
Many people learned to do new things during the pandemic, like cooking new dishes. I learned _____________________.
Even though the pandemic time has been stressful, sometimes things were still funny. I remember laughing when __________________________________________________.
I learned some new things about my family, like ______________________________________________________________.
I learned something new about myself too, that ______________________________________________________________.
If I had to describe 2020 in one word, it would be ___________________________.
The most important thing I learned from the pandemic in 2020 is __________________________________________________________________.
In 2021, I look forward to ______________________________________________.
When I look at these memories in a few years, I predict that my reaction will be ___________________________________________________________________.