I'm staring to having sewing withdrawal… and here I've been thinking when Jim and I get back home, I'd start packing up my sewing rooms! I'd leave the longarm out of course, and maybe one sewing machine? But it's not really the machines, it's all the other stuff… I have endless spools of thread, bolts of fabric and batting, tools… that's the stuff I'm afraid if I pack it, I'll go crazy wanting to use it.
Of course if most of my sewing junk is packed away, then I'll obviously have much more free time to pack the rest of the house right? And finish tearing down the fence in the back yard… the list is endless, but we'd like to get the house on the market this year. I have enough sewing equipment to fill a house… and probably enough kitchen equipment to open a restaurant… neither will help the house sell.
Jim never did get the weekend off, nor switched over to day shift, but he does have tomorrow off… what's left of the day after he sleeps the morning away anyway. I'm thinking we might go check out a few of the other RV parks nearby, as I have a feeling we'll be working here on and off for the next few years, and it might be easier just to leave the RV parked down here. But NOT at this campground! The others aren't much better, and they stay mostly booked up all the time so we may not even find an opening, but I'd like to look. One of the nicer two both have slots open but they're too small to accomodate us.
Actually if we could find five or ten acres or so for sale, we'd consider purchasing it and parking the RV on it so I wouldn't go quite so crazy… I could garden at least, then just sell it when we leave. But I'm getting ahead of myself, I really have no idea of what we're doing once we leave here… if we ever leave here…
I made sourdough buttermilk waffles for Jim this weekend, and my goodness that was challenging for me to resist! I grilled pork sausage and bacon as well… have you ever tried grilling bacon directly on the grates, without a pan? Quite difficult. But very tasty!