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Thursday, March 29, 2012

Home Again

We have an exciting life now that we're fulltimers.  Traveling to exotic locations, seeing the greatest natural wonders, meeting all kinds of new friends, sampling delicious dishes.

Sometimes, however, life can be very mundane, even a little boring.  We're parked through the end of April to help out with the new grandbaby, which is very enjoyable, but posting thousands of pictures of her (and we probably have that many already), or detailing how many diapers she has gone through might just turn off a few blog readers. :cO

So nothing much is going on, just some babysitting, food shopping and reconnecting with a few old friends.  We lived in this area when I was stationed here from 1987 to 1998.  Driving around the familiar roads, seeing places we remembered, it feels a little bit like we're home again.

Don't worry, this is an RV blog and I've a few projects I'll be doing on the Journey and will post about them.  Marti has a few things she wants to write about, too, when I can get her to let go of baby Anabelle for a few minutes, so stay tuned.  We're well and enjoying our stay.

Thanks for visiting and feel free to leave a comment.

11 comments:

  1. Now that I know you're still leading an exciting life by traveling to all those exotic places and sampling delicious foods I'm relieved. That's what you need to be doing. Well, only after you've taken care of Annabelle.

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  2. Yes, in between all the excitement is just regular everyday life. . .just like regular folk. . .gasp!

    But even when nuttin is goin' on, it's great to sleep when you want to, eat when you want to. . .no schedules. . .ahhhh. . .retired life is great!

    Janice
    ReadyToGoFullTimeRVing.com

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  3. no need to apologize for anything you write about or post..Annabelle is a cutie!..enjoy the time with her..they are little for such a short time and I, for one enjoy seeing all the pictures, be it here or on Marti's facebook!..nothing wrong with being proud new grandparents!!!

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  4. Hey, a mundane day full-timing is better than a mundane day working anytime ;)

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  5. Mundane can be enjoyable when it follows hectic hussle bussle. Fill those batteries in preparation for your next jaunt. Could I ask for your prayers for John? I don't think you follow our blog so you don't know. He has been in intensive care for a week with respiratory failure and is on a ventilator. This was to be a temporary fix then "he would be ok". It is taking longer than originally planned. Thanks much...

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  6. Think of the opposite of a mundane day and be THRILLED to have them!!

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  7. I think a break from RV STUFF is good once in a while - I think it makes us all feel connected as a family of RV-ers.

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  8. I for one, really enjoy the baby pics. Wishin' I had some of my own to post. And life in an RV is like life in a stix and bricks - some days are just normal, do nothing, mundane days. And that's wonderful.

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  9. Mundane means you're recharging your personal batteries. :)

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  10. It’s important for the home to be self-sustaining at all times

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  11. Just enjoy life as we grow older. Life is too short as they say that is why we need live life to the fullest.

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