2020 has been a very odd year. There is just no way around that. We have been dealing with a quarantine, conspiracy theories, shortages, price gouging, confusion, miscommunication and a whole lot of uncertainty. People have dealt with this year in a variety of different ways. Some of them are healthy. Some people have been really innovative. Some people have stopped functioning normally for days or weeks at a time. A lot of us, myself included, are not always sure what day (or month) it is. The model horse hobby has had it's usual drama and fighting as well as a movement back to our showing roots. Before there were live shows there were photo shows. I am really happy that there has been a shift to entries that don't need a realistic background. I know I have said it before, but that is all that makes showing (new photos) possible for me right now. And it has been a lot of fun.
Cardshark photo edition was an incredibly fun show and Jennifer Buxton's Pandemic Performance Panorama has been a lot of fun for me as well. I went right from making miniatures to prep for my miniatures sale into making miniatures for me because I like them. That is also Jennifer's fault, which I know I have mentioned before. I am finding incredibly affordable printables on etsy and then spending a ridiculous amount of time making them. But it's fun. I bought a download of 1:6 scale double sided dollars. Then I spent a ton of time resizing it to 1:9 scale. Now I have lots and lots of fake money for my dolls to play with.