I felt like I was doing pretty well with posts during our time at the cabin. Well, for the first week or so at least. Then, I guess, vacation mode set in. Instead of composing a blog post, I spent time with my sister or helped Gary or read a book or took a nap. I wanted to share about the cook-outs, sunsets and ducks on the pond. I wrote several posts in my head, but somehow never got them down on paper. Sigh.
And then it was over. Our three weeks + at the cabin came to an end, and we were heading back to the real world.
And the real world meant returning to Montrose, packing up the RV and heading across the country to get to Texas so we can fly out of Dallas to go to Oregon for a 4 day SOWER Rally. I was pretty exhausted just thinking about it.
And now that I’m trying to do even the bare minimum of a blog post, I can’t seem to muster up enough internet to even upload some fun pictures!
Cheeeze – enough with the whining!
We had an absolutely beautiful time at the Cabin. Filled with family and friends and those ducks on the pond.
We had a lovely, uneventful 1500 mile drive – all interstate – across the country.
Midway on the trip we stopped in Chattanooga and got to connect with my nephew and family and my niece. What a sweet break!
We are safely parked, the slides are out, and the A/C is running.
Tomorrow we will be hugging grandchildren (and grown-up kids too!)
For the four days after that we’ll be hanging out with some of the finest people on the planet at the SOWER “Western Wound-up”!
We have so very much to be thankful for. And someday soon life will quiet down and I’ll be less overwhelmed, and maybe….just maybe…I’ll get this corner of the internet back on track!