As I anticipate selling the park and moving on, I thought I would feel more nostalgic than I do. I suppose this means I am ready to go. I was out weeding this morning, I should maybe have been packing? Anyway, I was content to put a garden bed that was neglected back to right. I do enjoy gardening and will no doubt continue to keep up with it until the day we pull out.
Speaking of that, I am overwhelmed as I look at the amazing amount of things we have acquired during the past 18 years. How are we going to move it all? We can live in the RV easily, as it is quite spacious and even has a washer/dryer. But what do I do with all this stuff? Maybe I should just get my girls to help. Adrienne is organized and Jill has not an ounce of sentimentality. Jill would quickly dispose of most of this stuff via the dumpster with nary a twang of regret and Adrienne would have everything boxed up with utmost efficiency. I would probably struggle with angst over every item.
I will just have to channel my girls and get tossing! I would absolutely rather be in the garden!
In the meantime, it is Friday on a holiday weekend. I have a mere hour left until I have to man the desk and begin the day. The has been ringing since 8am. Robo calls do not take a day off and campers informing me of their pending arrival times. I do not need to know when you are arriving, nor do I care. It is raining and I expect cancellations galore. I managed to mow my dogs' yard and didn't get too wet. It is predicted rain all day and all day tomorrow.
This rain means that some campers will come and stay the entire weekend and then ask for compensation for the rainy days. A tiny Judge Judy will be sitting upon my shoulder as I tell them you can't eat the steak, then get your money back because you didn't like it. And like the litigants on the show, half of them will be confused.
I have a light heart knowing that tomorrow afternoon my daughter will be here!!