TWO months to go and there is no doubt that whatever happens, Christmas will be different this year.
The COVID-19 crisis is not going away, so the question is how many people will we be able to celebrate with on the big day?
Professor Jason Leitch, Scotland’s national clinical director, says we should prepare for a “digital Christmas”, or does that sound so awful we should just cancel it altogether?
For some who love a big family Christmas, seeing our loved ones on a screen could be worse than not seeing them at all.
Alternatively, we could embrace it and go all out setting up family quizathons, sharing family movie moments and even having grandma online at the end of the table during dinner. What do you think?