Time's shifting sand
In actuality, Brian spends his days and nights trying to figure out how to replace the toilet in our 18 year old coach. He has talked to plumbers, coach specialists, toilet distributors and anyone else that has a suggestion. Don't ask me the details. All I know is we have no one wants to work on our coach and they don't make the type of toilet we need for our system anymore. It's been crazy here. The only good news is we get a lot of exercise walking back and forth to the campground bathroom. (for which I am extremely grateful.)
Brian has been amazing. He hasn't given up. I was ready to throw in the towel and buy a composting toilet. Brian knows that IS NOT my style so he has diligently devoted every waking hour to creating a solution. We are on week 5. Who knew this could be such a big challenge?
I have been working on a few writing projects but find it difficult to keep a rhythm with every day changing according to appointments and ever changing needs.
Today we went to a book sale and picked up a few things to send into Amazon. That will feel good. I have sold books through Amazon for a couple of years and always enjoy "the hunt." This was the first time I have looked for new books in at least 8 months.
I have a bunch of tea that I need to send off to Amazon as well. Unfortunately, tea takes a lot more time to package so that project is on hold for a while.
Funny how life always turns out different than you expect. It is certainly a learning process if only you can learn to smile through the curves.
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