I continue to eliminate, pack for storage and put items aside for moving into my fifth wheel in February. It’s a long and mostly slow process seemlying easy, but in reality when deciding wheather giving away or throwing away cherished items that have memories, remains very difficult. I still can’t believe I am moving into my fifth wheel in just a few months. Time is going by so fast and I have earned the title of the busiest retired person some have ever seen. I often wonder how I had time to go to work every day.
I hope you each enjoyed time with your family and friends for the Thanksgiving holiday. Celebration with my family was great. We planned our holiday celebration on the Sunday preceding Thanksgiving Day due to everyones commitments.
We did however, repeat our dinner on Thanksgiving Day (Thursday) when my Son and family had to make an unexpected trip from Arizona due to a death in his wife’s family. Her wonderful grandpa was called home after living a very full 94 years here on earth. Of course it’s never a good time, but I especially felt bad for the family that it was around the holidays. I understand he and his wife were married 74 years! He was a wonderful person who I had the pleasure of knowing. We had several nice conversions at family events which we both attended. He was mentally sharp and still on the go.
I will be leaving for my new home in Montana on Saturday, November 30th. I will be getting additional tasks done there on my visit, also in preparation of my new life start in my reflection fifth wheel. More on that next time.
Until then safe travels…