It’s laundry day! I haven’t quite gotten the hang of going to the laundromat yet. I am doing six loads.That is one thing bad about living in an rv full time. You give up doing laundry in the comfort of your own home.(Unless you have a washer/dryer in the rv) The upside is that I can wash them all at one time. I don’t always get to lay around and do whatever I want everyday. Sometimes the days are hard to get everything done that I have to do. It takes a little more effort to get things done when I don’t have the amenities at my fingertips such as the washer and dryer. I have to load everything into the truck, then into the laundromat, then back out to the truck, and then back into the camper and put them away. WHOO I AM TIRED!
I know that I have given up the comfort that comes with a conventional home but I feel like I have have gained so such more. Since living in my small space, I feel better in so many ways. I am forced to be outside and walk the doggies (they had a doggie door before) and experience the outdoors. I feel more motivated to explore and enjoy life. My health’s improving everyday. The Lord has truly blessed me. No, its not always sunshine and roses but what life is?
We are preparing for a long trip next week out to California, to see our son Dustin. There is a lot to do to get the camper and the truck ready to travel that far. Y’all stay tuned and see what kind of adventures we get into.
We are Darren and Christie Berry We sold our house in April of 2017 and moved into a 24 foot camper. We needed a little bit more room, so in January of 2019 we moved into a 37 foot Class A motorhome. Darren still works a conventional job so we are still tied tied down to the area. We travel as much as time will allow us to. Some people would say that we are homeless, but we have a home and it goes with us where ever we go.