The last few days have been a new variety of crazy-busy as I am beginning to catch up on missed work while still determining which of our clothes and kitchen and personal items will be able to comfortably fit in our new little temporary digs – without cluttering things up.
Physically, I am finally starting to rest a little better and while I do feel like I’m in a battle with a mild ear and/or sinus infection, I am determined to win this little skirmish with my health in tact.
Here is my catch up for days 9 and 10:
Day 9 - Temporary Home
I am thankful for this cozy little travel trailer we are now calling “home” during this transitional phase. I was talking to my dear friend, Wendy, yesterday about my new little casa, and she commented on how flexible she thinks I am for embracing this unexpected change rather than resenting it.”What are you gonna do,” I replied. I come from a long line of strong people who became very accomplished at making the best of whatever life handed them, learning to laugh about it, loving each other through it and thanking the good Lord for every bit of it. I am just carrying on a family tradition.
As I sit here at the little dining table that doubles as my work space, I look around at this miniature version of home, and I am reminded of Alan Jackson’s song, “Little Bitty,” especially the chorus: