Wednesday, August 31, 2011
My goodness, as I was reading blogs tonight I see we have some changes:
Gail and TC’s Travels is now Memoirs of the Trailerhood.
Merikays Dreams are no longer written in Smoke, Her dreams now have Six Wheels. YAY!!
Michael Ultra is selling his house, and it appears that Gypsy BoHo has sold hers (fingers crossed).
Even Al of the Bayfield Bunch is finding that his interests are changing.
And Rick is changing some 2X2’s into something that for now will remain a mystery!
I guess if the seasons can change, people certainly can make some changes as well. I know we have changed our minds several times lately about where we are going and what we will be doing. Nothing is ever static and that helps keep life interesting.
Some changes are easier than others. Some you choose and some just happen, regardless of any action on your part. If you are going through changes, hang in there. Change is inevitable, and can usually lead to something beneficial – if not now then somewhere down the road.
A couple of updates…Rusty dog is doing so much better. Has his appetite back and seems to be feeling pretty good. His hindquarters are still weak and his feet don’t always go where he wants them to, but most of the time he is getting around just fine. He is reluctant to go in the car and makes it clear he would just as soon stay at home. So we will go ahead and plan on some limited travels in September and October without the dogs and then we will reevaluate and make whatever changes are needed.
About 6 months ago, I had my annual mammogram and had to have a biopsy based on what was seen. That test was clear, but I was scheduled for a 6 month follow-up ultrasound just to see if anything had changed. I had that test on Monday and I got the report in the mail today. I am happy – no, overjoyed – to report that all is well and I can go back to just having the regular checkups. I just love good news!
I got a photo of the local wildlife the other day.
Yes, we feed them. Put this little shelf up a few years ago and they love to sit and eat the nuts and seeds we supply. They get pretty vocal when the food runs out!
Soon many of you will be headed to warmer climes for the winter. Many of you are already getting thing checked out and cleaned up in preparation for your trip. The Hollingers, over at RV Life on Wheels, have been doing some maintenance and fixing little things around the RV. Seems like a lot of change and preparation are going on right now. I can feel the change of seasons in the air and it won’t be long until fall, and then winter, is upon us.
I can hardly wait to see what other changes will be coming in the next few months.