As we approach the final month of our RV trip, we’ve been surprised by the consistent thread: On a daily basis, at least one or two people tell us we are living their dream.
What is your dream?

As we approach the final month of our RV trip, we’ve been surprised by the consistent thread: On a daily basis, at least one or two people tell us we are living their dream—or their parents’ dream. But recently one person told us we were living his parents’ dream, but they died before they could fulfill their dream.
We decided to do this while we’re healthy enough. It took extra planning because I would fly back once a month in order to fulfill all of my work requirements within a week and then return to the RV to complete the work while traveling. Luckily I have been able to do this.
How could you do something like this –or different—to make your dream to come true?

As we approach the final month of our RV trip, we realize how lucky we are. Especially, the RV problem which took almost a month to fix; therefore, causing us time to REALLY extend our visit with family in Florida. We never would have spent that much time “camped out” with Wayne’s son’s family and then with my sister and brother-in-law. It turned out to be magical. While the RV was being repaired—under warrantee (magical also)—we had unscheduled, but very special and relaxed visits.
Do you ever have down time when you have absolutely nothing to do? If so, what do you do?

As we approach the final month of our RV trip, I’m experiencing sadness. This was my husband’s dream and I went along with it with—a little—okay, a lot—of trepidation. The thought of spending 24/7 in a 300 square foot RV with someone was daunting to say the least. Now, after realizing how easy it is to live in a minimal space with only a few of the possessions which we previously thought were necessary, I have some reluctance about returning to “normal” life. During the past several months, void of any fixed schedule, we got to spend so much quality time together. We realized we have to find a way to fit quality time into our “normal” schedule.
Do you put quality time into your schedule? If so, how much?