It's about time.

Many of you that can relate to this. Working long hours at your career. Raising your families. Buying a home and paying all the bills related to being homeowners and parents. We're now retired and don't need all that work and expense. Now "It's about time" to follow our dreams.

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Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Sixth Christmas Visit, More Packing And Follower Update.

Our Location today is Tecumseh, Ontario, Canada.

I must have been tired last night because I slept in until nearly 7:00 this morning so I thought it would just be too late to start exercising and I’d try to do it later today. By the time I checked the Weather Channel out to see what kind of weather we could expect for the next couple of days Kathy was walking into the living room. We enjoyed one of the last breakfasts we’ll be eating in the apartment until next spring. 
What we'll be seeing in less than forty-eight hours.
Hopefully without the snow on the ground.
Once breakfast was finished and we knew what the Canadian weather forecast was we needed to see what kind of weather to expect once we’ve crossed the international border this week. After being certain that we didn’t need to worry about any freezing temperatures or major snow storms interfering with our travels we got down to the business of reading E-mails and the blogs we follow. 

Once the reading was finished we returned to packing more items that will be brought to the trailer on Christmas Eve. Up until now Kathy had not packed certain articles of clothing in case a change in weather would cause her to need to wear them. Since the temperatures in our area will remain above the freezing mark until after Christmas day we will now be able to put those clothes as well as freezable liquids in the trailer without fear. 

After lunch we were on our way to visit our daughter Rose, her partner Munaf and grandson D.J. for 1:30. We are always warmly greeted and D.J. is growing like weed. They live a minimalistic lifestyle so they are always more than grateful for anything we give them. This was also a double celebration because it was also Rose’s birthday. While D.J. was enjoying his RC truck we gave him the rest of us enjoyed the company and learning more of what everyone is up to. 
Our daughter Rose.
It was nearly 4:00 when we left and Kathy said she didn’t feel like cooking tonight and she felt like eating a salad. The only place that has nice salads for a meal around here is Wendy’s so that’s where we went. We each ordered a full sized Taco salad with a drink and struggled to finish eating them. 
Munaf grateful but didn't expect a gift.
After arriving back at the apartment we commandeered one of the shopping carts downstairs and now have the first load of supplies loaded that we’ll be taking to the trailer tomorrow. We will be saying extra prayers for the next few days hoping that the forecasted temperatures don’t take a dive until after we’re on the road. 
D.J. checking out his Camo Hoodie.
The other day Kathy and I welcomed new blog followers Tom & Deb Duchaine and noted that there was no indication of a personal blog. That changed when Deb let us know more about themselves in our comment section. After 45 years of living in Michigan’s UP they are presently on the road in Texas but are in the process of becoming Fulltimers hopefully by within the next year. So a big congratulations to you both and we are looking forward to reading more about your adventures on your blog Celebratingthe Dance as I’m sure others will do as well. Thanks for following along and feel free to leave a comment. Be Safe and Enjoy!

It’s about time.


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