Resting in Peace
A year ago today, George passed away. I think about him everyday in one way or another, especially what we were going to have for supper.
He was an awesome inspiration to everyone he met and also people who followed this blog. He will be remembered by his patience in answering questions, his optimism, calm demeanor, willingness to tackle anything, his willingness to help anyone who needed it, his positive attitude, his cooking skills and most of all his infectious smile. He lived his life to the fullest.
A different year for me without him. Making the decision to sell our home was easy and tough. I know he knew that I would sell it as we had talked about this several times over the years. I just didn't feel that I could hook up the car to the RV and especially not being comfortable driving it. Over the years I have admired several single women who travelled by themselves and the challenges they had. As we went through major cities with construction, I would almost cringe since the lanes seemed so narrow. He made it look so easy. We both loved our 13 years of full timing. We got to live our dream.
George, you know that I love and always will. You are the love of my live. You are so missed.
Thanking in advance of your comments.
I will see you down the road, then we can be On The Road Again.