Welcome back to me and to you!

I am back after a rather long hiatus.. I started writing a few times but never put together a cohesive post. I hope you will forgive me. It’s been a bit of a rough time.

Update on life:

  • I am mostly able to breath without help. I do have to occasionally use an inhaler.
  • I am not able to work out regularly yet.
  • My trainer has quit doing mornings and now I have to figure out a new health plan.
  • I have begun making my own lunches.
  • I have found a few trailers I like and have to wait realistically about a month before affording anything worth while.
  • I have seen Divergence.
  • I cleaned the apartment for spring including but not limited to vacuuming, mopping and some dusting.
  • I planted my veggie garden. (tomatoes, string beans, squash, strawberries)
  • I’ve washed tons of dishes.

To be honest, I feel like there is only so much I can say about trying to find a trailer. I have spent most of the time hunting online through ebay, pplmotorhomes, and craigslist as well as some smaller trailer forms. I have found several that fit what I want and are just outside what I have to pay for it at the moment. I am not willing to go into debt for the trailer so I have to wait just a tiny bit longer.

2006 Sunline Solaris Lite is my favorite right now but it is around $9,000 and at the moment I only have around $6,000 saved up. I am going to try and call on monday and see if they will accept my lower offer. It would be nice if they would but I have no expectations. The worse they can say is no though so why not right?

I have been looking at all the artwork on my walls lately and wondering what I will do with all of it. I don’t want to permanently loose all the pictures, specially since some are done by friends and are irreplaceable. I am going to have to figure out a way to keep some art in my daily life while not damaging the resell value on the trailer.

Meanwhile, trailer hack of Monday brought to you by the web!

A paper towel roll set in the fake sink drawer or in the case of most trailers, right under the sink.

A paper towel roll set in the fake sink drawer or in the case of most trailers, right under the sink.

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5 Responses to Welcome back to me and to you!

  1. Aileen says:

    It’s so nice to have you back. Glad you took the time to take care of yourself. Don’t overdo. Am looking forward to hear more about your adventures as you “gain freedom “.

  2. Eric says:

    Nice layout on the trailer. That looks as livable as you can get for something that size. I especially like the easy chair by the door!

    • Some Art Teacher says:

      I had hoped it would be.i a trying to figure out video uploading so I can share what I didn’t like as much.

  3. The DC says:

    That’s a very well lain out 20’er! (speaking once our kids are grown and gone,one’s 17,the other 12) I really like how there’s a “bedroom” on the one end,and (I’m assuming) the table makes into a full size as well 🙂

    • Some Art Teacher says:

      I don’t like wearing make up but my job requires it because it looks “professional”. Never mind that it all sweats off after morning duty outside or that my skin condition makes make up look all pealy. I just put on mascara most days now. It’s the only thing that makes it anyway after doing morning duty.

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