I really need to stop making plans. For some reason the universe has something magnificent planned for us and apparently none of my plans are fitting into that scheme. I must follow my gut feeling. That I have learned. I must listen to Doug’s too. There aren’t really any details to share, just that at the end of next week we will officially be vagabonds (aka homeless). I forgot what plan we were on…plan M or something? I just know plan A, B, C, D and so on fell treacherously to fate. Doug always says the old phrase, “If you want to make God laugh, tell him your plans.” My school will still be alive and well as it follows me. But I hate to utter that for fear the universe hears I have a plan!
We are grateful, for it could be much worse. Neither of us are ill, no cancers, no injuries. Our children are great and healthy and alive. We will be able to keep our cats for the time being. And we are blessed with many, many great friends. We are just going to have to take this one day at a time. There will be many delightful adventures to write about!
It has been awhile since we have gone on a field trip! And you readers are going with us! Our dear, dear friends that you either know or have read about here, Rodney and Pat, offered us a nearly free vacation this weekend. We are all hitting the road tomorrow for Salt Lake City and you are coming with us! So pack your bags, we have eating, window shopping, ghost hunting, and sight seeing through northern Colorado, Wyoming, and Utah to do.
We’ll move on to the next great adventure when we get back but this weekend is just for rest, play, and celebration of life and friends!
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Thanks Julie, not quite the French Riviera 😉 but it should be fun.
Great destinations for a road trip, have fun.
Thank you. Hopefully help us see past this circumstance.
Oh how fun, ghost hunting!
Drive careful, you don’t need a speeding ticket 🙂
My heart hurts for you that plans have fallen through again. I’m sure something wonderful will come out of it eventually – God has a way of making beauty from ashes – and I’m thankful for friends who can give you a break right now. Praying for you and your new, yet unveiled adventure.
It’s more to it then that, it just wasn’t the right place for us. I am most sad that I do not know how we can keep our cats. They are our kids. I don’t know who we will be at the end of this.