This is almost like a reverse dasha vue (or however you spell it)... about 1987ish Momma refinanced her house (we took over payments and moved in) and bought a motor home to go 'traveling' in. Which she did for a couple years - more like 2 long trips... then with the price of gas etc she decided to park it - and it became her home. She parked it in the 'driveway' and it stayed there ever since. Until today that is. Today that motor home is no longer on the property!! Today reminded me so much of when we moved into Momma's house. Lynn and Morgan are going to be moving into 'our house' and making it their own. Its a happy and sad event. Gary and I are going 'traveling' and the agreement is there will be a room for us when we decide to park the truck. When we moved in - we filled 40 yard dumpsters FULL of stuff. Today the yard looks totally different by the work and labor of the kids (they will always be kids to us) <3 WOW - what goes around comes around for sure. This change in our lives will be as life changing as marriage (which has been a blessing - for I found my other half) and having a child (which is my other blessing and joy). Yes a truck is a really small place - yes we will be moving almost continuously (7 days on for 1 day off); but we will be doing this together.
One of the challenges will be giving up cooking on the road. Sure I've heard of folks with a sm electric grill - but there isn't a whole lot you can do with those is there?? We will be living out of a truck - and truck stops. This will make us get really creative to be able to eat healthy out there. Also another challenge will be keeping track of the business and ordering supplies; basically letting go of some of the things I do and having someone else do them. Then trusting them TO do them... so at this point - yes the business will stay in business. I'm not joining Gary out on the road for at least 6 months. (health insurance has to kick in - then I have to be trained - and hopefully pass training!!) So there will be time to smooth out processes and train my local folk (my kids :) Also setting up paying bills and showing them the house maintainance stuff. Stuff that I will need to 'let go'. Kinda hard to do - so I know I won't be perfect at it... but at least I will be away and not looking over their shoulders with the words 'you should have done <____>!!'
So anyway - back to reading a new forum - a truck driving forum - man to they talk a whole new language!!