Why not go out on a limb, isn’t that where the fruit is?

So this is it! We did it. I am so glad to see the man I married on a daily basis. This actually was never really our plan. Originally, we thought that I would stay in Portland and continue at Spruce, while Ryan worked out of town, coming home when he could. We tried that for 6 long months, but winter brought storms and storms brought overtime and we were slowly starting to form two separate lives. Long story short, we were over it.
Onward to Bothell. Our 31 foot love palace is parked in geriatric heaven known as Lake Pleasant RV Park. And to be honest, I am L-O-V-I-N-G it. Sweet grandparent types walking their poodles puts a smile on my face daily. But really, it is beautiful here. The park is set down in a valley and all around the perimeter are hilly trails, perfect for a morning run with Keala.
I have had to make some adjustments in regards to daily living. Vacumming everyday is a necessity. 250 sq. feet and the fluffiest dog ever causes me to do this. Also making the bed with my 9 pillows is also a daily occurance, considering it is the focal point of our bedroom/living room/dining room. All in all, it is the first week and I wouldn’t want to be anywhere else. We went out on a limb, and have found the fruit. I love fruit.

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1 Comment

  1. This is why you are my best friend! You are going to be fabulous blogger, and we will forge a trail in this fabulous world together. You will encourage me to blog more! Your “About Me” almost made me cry, and that is why I LOVE YOU! Please can we adventure together, I NEED to get out here! Love you muches!

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