Friday, February 03, 2006

Yuma Sunset

Here's last night's view from World Headquarters.

Eighty degrees yesterday, headed that way again today. It's a tough job, but somebody's got to do it! :0)

I'm working on a huge copywriting project that will take me through the month of February. But what a joy to be the masters of our own destiny with our work and our RVing lifestyle.

Yesterday we walked for 35 minutes, sat in the sunshine while we slurped up our oatmeal, and then I settled down at the computer for a few hours. The most pleasant interruption occurred when our friend and fellow RVer, Lloyd Triechel, suddenly appeard in his "silver slug" (his silver Dodge Truck).

We did what we always do when Lloyd trundles through Yuma...shared stories of our RV adventures, had lunch on the patio, and discussed our options for where we'd all be wandering this summer. Everwhere from the Oregon Coast to the Sawtooth Range in Idaho.

Then it was time for "Adios" until the next time. Saying "see ya" to our RVing buddies is never sad, because we know our paths will cross again soon in yet another spectacular location.

Sure beats the 9-5 grind.

If you're thinking about sticking your toe in the RVing waters...
what's stopping you?

I know it's nothing new...but you really DO only go around once. Life is so much more than settling back in the Lazy Boy waiting for the final chapter.

Don't just settle for wishing and hoping.
Get out there and do it while you can!