Christmas cards are addressed! Boom! There is such an immense feeling of achievement in this daunting task. Why do it? Everyone sees our crazy kids faces on Instagram just about daily. A warning to those recieving these cards, there are no formal images on them. We do have time to take everyone elses pictures, but ours sorta hit the sidelines and in the end, a tripod and clicker just don't do the magic that Travis gives everyone. One year, we will hire a professional, maybe, okay probably not. Enjoy our not posed, totally random images on our cards again this year. We are addressing our cards with the intent of sharing with those who don’t yet know, that we will be nomads come June 2017. Living life on the road, trailer in tow and traveling the United States. Our Christmas cards direct our family and friends to this blog. Where they can follow our adventures. So, blog and share I must.
We've really jumped into renovating the trailer once again. The wall between the living space and our bedroom is gone. Then we got crazy and took out the bed and storage in the front room completely. Gutted it. Nothing left but walls. From there, I shared my love of Pinterest with Travis, as he forced his face to not give me the eye roll. A lifted bed with drawers and storage under is what I wanted. Steps at the end of the bed leading up to the raised bed. Please?! Its not too much to ask, right? For our small bodies and short legs, it's perfect. No leaning over a bed or crawling on top to reach our tiny bit of clothing storage space we were once given. We could just reach under the bed, open a drawer and slide a cabinet. Oh, and then, honey, could you please add a slide out desk. He must love me. He doubts himself too much, because I’m not asking if I didn’t have complete confidence in him and know he could build it better than I imaged. No pressure honey.
We attempted to work on it together last Friday. But my staring at him while he tried to plan out in his mind how this was actually going to happen, didn’t make for a good combination. So I think I'll just leave the rest of the construction end to him. When it's time to paint and decorate, I'm your girl!
So, thats about it. Our timeline is creeping up on us. It's sad to think of leaving this place we’ve called home for almost 4 years. So much has happened here and the thought makes me so surprisingly sad. But, like the old man in the movie UP says, "Adventure is out there!"
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