- You know you’re back up North when you’re wearing thermals in late April.
- You know you’re back up North when you hear the North wind howling outside in late April.
- You know you’re back up North when your weather forecast for the next few days has the chance of snow – accumulation of such – in late April.
- You know you’re back up North when you’re posting photos of snow on your blog!
No complaints about any of those things. I’m sleeping very well. My body is physically much happier here. My soul is much happier here. “Content” is the word that applies, I think.
We’re on our “Saturday night” this evening, and we’re winding down a nice day. Ran a few errands together this morning, including a trip to Home Depot. I think it may well have been 2 years since we’ve done that together. Nice. Then it was back home, where Dave put together his computer space and I spent time in the kitchen with the slow cooker going as part of our meal for tomorrow and the work week, and then made quesadillas for our dinner. Again, nice.
I’ve been having fun finding more “treasures” that have been packed away for much too long while living in our RV.
Tomorrow we may just watch it snow and begin hanging things on the walls. I’m digging having my “weird” stuff out in the Light again. Not sure yet where my hoop drums will hang, but I’m looking forward to having them on display and truly in my presence again. Who knows? One of these days I might even find a drum circle around here. There’s plenty of time for that.
It was our first full work week for both of us. We seem to be settling in rather seamlessly, which is a relief. Not that I had any concerns, really, but one never knows when one relocates to a new area. You know what? Today was our first “Saturday” that felt like what I think a “normal” weekend day should feel. Wee shopping errands together, home projects, cooking, actually eating together, chilling out watching a Netflix program. Relaxing. Yeah, it had been a tough couple of years …
A cross-country relocation is a massive undertaking, and I’m not just talking about the trip. There are so many things to see about like address changes, new driver’s licenses, finding out where things are in your new hometown, etc. We located the recycle station last week and I picked up driver’s manuals so we can study for our tests.
Oh! Friends in Texas are selling their 2006 Nuwa Hitchhiker 5th wheel. If you’re in the market for a nice, well-maintained RV, take a stroll over to their listing on RVTrader and check it out. They are preparing to move back onto their sailboat, “Raven,” and take up life on the seas once again after a few years of living on land. Sound interesting? Follow their adventures at Raven’s Cruise Log. I do! Gosh, I’ve known Hilde and David for … forever. Hilde and I not long ago were trying to recall how and when we met back in Texas. Seems like each of us was just “always there” for one another. Good friends, good times, good memories. Those, too, are treasures that belong in the Light.
Hard to believe it’s already 10:30. Geez, where does the time go when one is blogging with groovy tunes in one’s ears?
Hope you have many treasures basking in the Light …
Thanks for stopping by! Be safe out there, okay?