I hope that means a happy ending and that Mr Lewis's wardrobe holds lovely things for you, Chrissie x
That's very true and I did it myself. Bon chance my friend!
Couldn't agree more.
We have the power.Tx
Love this. A quote to give one the strength when you realise the rest of your life is in your hands. Not just to react to life as it happens x
Every day we have the chance to start our lives over.God bless.
I love your blog. However, I have missed one a I am at a loss as to what you are experiencing. I believe you are selling home and moving to the van you love. Other than that....take care...prayers
Love C.S. Lewis - sounds like very sound advice!Good luck if you head back to the van today. It seems to be me as though the UK is opening up too many things at once - please be cautious.
Once back at the Van, that where is I am staying. Just me and Suky, local solitary doggy walks and one trip to the shops to pick up some potatoes ... which I forgot to bring. 🙂
Sounds like heaven Sue. I used to love my caravan holidays as a youngster, then as a parent of young children. Once they grew up I loved to escape to my mum's van on my own when work and family commitments allowed. Unfortunately she had to sell it 14 years ago and I do miss it. On the plus side I have booked my first caravan holiday since that time for later this year. My husband's experience of caravaning is from family holidays in the 60s and 70s so I am looking forward to introducing him to a caravan with a few more mod cons. Enjoy!
Here's to a happy new beginning and ending.
Good Luck Sue!
You're facing challenges and taking control, and although that's really scary, it's also empowering. Wishing you a happy new beginning and a future you are dreaming of.
Wishing you all the very best Sue and I think perhaps tomorrow you maybe able to travel back to your wonderful van♥ xxx
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