Fish eye is probably my absolute favorite. Give me a nice, sweet flavor and I'll be your best friend forever. I'd share it with whomever is brave enough to join me by the fire pit. What says you? What's your go to bottle when you want to enjoy a night in? And what about food? Cheese and wine or beer and nachos?
As I sit here, drinking yet another cup of coffee, I can’t help but to think about all of the people who have asked about the RV and what it’s like living in it. If it’s easier, cheaper and what the pros and cons are. Who and what do I listen to heading down the road.
I have always been curious about where it came from. The myth that wolves are drawn to howling at the full moon. Is it because wolves are more nocturnal than one might've believed? Or is it because “women of the night” in Pompeii howled like wolves when they were free for the next customer? What about us measly humans? What is it about the moon that draws us night owls to the moon to study its simple yet complicated beauty?
Almost a year in the RV with two crazy cats and I haven't completely lost my mind. I'd be lying if I said it hasn't been one hell of a ride along the way. Between the adventures and struggles along the way, having views similar to this along the way make it that much better. Some days, I need to just get out of it. Get away from the same four walls that seem to occasionally close in on me. For which, I'm grateful for the people that I've chosen to be surrounded by. Those that are willing to listen to those silly rants and then allow me to join them on random trips to the store for a quick escape and not having to take the very thing I need escaping from with me. Yet, I find myself wanting to get back to it as quickly as I left it because it brings me the same amount of joy and peace. Knowing that it's mine and if I ever get bored of the place I'm in, I can quickly pack everything up and move on to the next place. A place where I can sit outside by a pit of literal fire during the midwest Autumn weather and know that I'm okay. I made it another day and I didn't have to leave my home behind to enjoy it.