Merry Christmas lovelies! πŸ₯° ft. why I stopped posting for Blogmas and my isolated Christmas

Merry Christmas lovelies!

I wish you all a merry Christmas, and if you don’t celebrate, I still hope you’re having a great day, whether you were accompanied or not. I’m sending extra love for those who need it during the holidays.

Christmas looked a little different for me this year because I tested positive for Covid on the 23th but I had been isolating since the 16th, when I was in contact with someone who had tested positive. This was my first time I was in contact since the pandemic started and it has been a nightmare. This past week has been torture between waiting for symptoms to appear and hoping I would be spared. Unfortunately, I wasn’t but I know it could have been much more. Uploading for blogmas since the 16th was very hard because I constantly felt like crying. I was worried I would contaminate my family, I mourned the fact that I didn’t go to church for Christmas and that I couldn’t hug my loved ones.

I am still incredibly grateful to be with my family during this time even if I am mostly isolating in my room, my symptoms have been light, nearly non-existent so far (and I’m praying it stays that way) and I am incredibly grateful for the vaccine. I even got to share a meal with my family because we were distancing and I wore my mask throughout the evening. I cannot believe how lucky I got. So among my frustration, anger and sadness there is still a little joy and hope. I hope you and your loved ones are safe and that you’re having a lovely Christmas. My blogmas posts are coming in the following week, even if blogmas is over, because I really enjoyed the posts I planned and I hope you will too.



5 thoughts on “Merry Christmas lovelies! πŸ₯° ft. why I stopped posting for Blogmas and my isolated Christmas

  1. So sorry to hear you tested positive! I had a similar scare by being in contact with someone who tested positive and then getting sick but fortunately I don’t have Covid. Wishing for a fast recovery for you and Im glad you were still able to enjoy Christmas!


  2. Karla, I’m so sorry to hear that, it definitely sounds like such a hard time, and though I can’t imagine how hard it is, I want to send a little bit of affirmation here! It’s great to hear that you managed to spend a meal with your family, wishing you a speedy recovery, sending much love and sunshine! Here’s to many better Christmas seasons to come! <33


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