Under the Weather

It’s been a while since I’ve updated you on our progress to be full-time RV’ers.  What I had thought was the flu turned out to be much more.  I like to keep private things private, but as this is setting back our plans for a while I decided to share a bit about what is going on.  Since January 25th I’ve been in and out of the hospital.  I am not used to being sick.  I get a cold now and again, but nothing serious.  I eat healthy, exercise, and try not to stress much.  But guess what, I got sick anyway.  Go figure.

So what does this mean for our future plans?  Unfortunately, Clyde won’t be able to retire until I am better.  I now need his health insurance.  We have to postpone selling the house as I do not have the energy to continue going through our belongings. I will have to concentrate on getting well.  I just hope the housing market will be favorable when we are ready.  I am still hoping that I will be able to get back to normal activities by the end of summer.

What this has brought to our attention is don’t take your health for granted.  Anything can happen at any time.  Life is short.  You just never know what or when you or someone you love will hit a road bump.  So live life to your fullest. No regrets.

Until next time,