It’s so weird to know where to start, to come back to this space and summarize the past 3 years (I don’t even know how it could be three years!).
So let’s start with some of why I’m firing FBB back up and writing this today. The long and the short of it is we are starting a new adventure, and I want to document it.
I never intentionally decided to abandon this space for so long to begin with, I never really called it quits, I just didn’t have the time/energy.
I always wanted to come back to add back in our travels/our adventures/our lives. FBB very much acts as my scrapbooking, it’s a wonderful way for us to re-live our adventures and mark time. Plus I can never remember the names of things so it’s a great resource for me to just tell people to look it up on the blog. 😜
I’ll write another post and try to summarize some of what the last three years have held (don’t worry it’s not going to be a novel).
I almost feel like a different person writing this, starting my own business has been challenging, but also a journey of extreme personal growth, and self evaluation. It’s crazy how much I feel like I’ve changed mentally.
But back to the subject at hand, Philip and I are hitting the road to live full-time in an Airstream Globetrotter starting in March. 😁 We are both working full-time still and plan on staying mostly on the West coast.
We are committing to 1 year on the road, and then we will see what happens next. 🤷♀️And I’m going to be documenting it all right here! I’m excited and nervous.
How did this come about? Well, after a trip to Denver in April (which was a great trip), I decided we were never going to get to see ALL THE THINGS. That our time was limited and there was so much to see and do and experience that could never be done just by vacationing.
P use to joke/mention living in an RV years ago. So one Saturday morning, I said what if when our lease is up, we hit the road. And well, now we own a big ass truck and an Airstream.
I hope you will join us for our year on the road. I’ll be sharing some of the logistics of the rv life but mostly the adventure of places to see, foods to eat, and new beverages to try. All the baggage just now fits inside a space smaller than our current bedroom.
2019 the year we live in an Airstream…