Sunday, September 23, 2018
Retraining is not fun!
The Studebaker truck above and Isseta below were part of Jim and Shirl's car collection.
I built this house for us many years ago. We lived here for a few years. Sherry worked in Charlotte and I ran my construction company out of the daylight basement. So the house is not unfamiliar to us. BUT for some reason being used to the motor home for the last 20 plus years, getting used to living in a house is tough.
1. Several times I have had to call out "where are you?" Then the sound is muffled so I must go searching.
2. Sherry has 'lost' her purse four or five times. She knew exactly where it was in the Motor home.
3. We have a choice of bathrooms and showers.
4. WE know exactly where the phone chargers are in the MH, but not here.
5. We forget there is a dish-waxher (and it needs to be used).
6. Too many choices of rooms and places to sit.
7. We have even tried the TV's since we have these big HD TVs', but it is just like we remembered, toooooo many commercials.
Really the list goes on and I ask myself why did I ever think we needed this much space..We know this is only temporary at present, we will leave for Florida in a few weeks. but it is still discomboobulating.
I am over blowing it a bit, but down deep, neither of us like a house. BUT, but we are smart enough to know we cannot continue to travel and live in the motor home at our mid 80s and into our 90s. YOu do not want us on the road, and we do not need to be there in a 26,000+ pound vehicle at 60-70 mph.
That said, we hope to hear good news from Atlanta in the morrow and we can get our wheel-estate back. There we know where the p-nut butter is and where the dishes, pots and pans are. LOL
Thanks for stopping by.
PS: We haven't heard back from the TV geek!