So Glad I Came to Tucson!

So Glad I Came to Tucson!

The last twenty-three days have been unforgettable. I had not intended to come down for the convention in Tucson, but I was beginning to very much need time with my own kind. I have wonderful visits with friends and family. Those visits fill in so many empty spaces in my heart, giving me great memories, like a fountain I can dip into whenever I want and be refreshed.

Sometimes, though, I need to spend time with other RVing Women. I need to sit outside under the stars or around a campfire and talk RV. We talk about little difficulties we overcome. A bad water heater. A leak. A broken vent cover. We share how we fix things and we go and help one another with fixes. Debbie was able to get the locks on my engine cover to unlock. I was able to help someone with a generator problem. We tell stories that make us laugh until our sides hurt. Sometimes we just sit quietly, enjoying the star-studded night sky, the crackle of a campfire, and thinking about how great it is to just be there together for a time.

I want to write a bit more about my time here in Tucson, but today is a travel day. I’m sad to be leaving. There’s so much I want to tell you and I think you’ll find yourself laughing until YOUR sides hurt at one of my stories.

But for now, I’ve just finished my bowl of cereal and cup of coffee. Einstein is laying on the rug next to me. Its time to start stowing loose items and unplugging from the electric pedestal outside. Time to get behind the wheel and see how far I can get today. Aiming for Deming, New Mexico.

2 thoughts on “So Glad I Came to Tucson!

  1. Spending time around a fire with your tribe just seems so scrumptious and healing. And the networking with the RV type bumps in th erode, so to speak, so productive. So happy for you. Be safe on your next leg and the next and next.
    Hugs
    Di

    1. Thanks so much, Di. Please stay tuned for my story about my trip to the RV service center. I was mortified at the time some things happened, but afterwards as I told my friends at the campground about my little adventure, we were laughing so hard. For days afterwards we kept busting out into laughter at just the thought of the events. I just haven’t had time to write it down yet.

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