The trip out here had given us a taste of how much fun that could be when we visited the diamond mine state park in Arkansas.
The first change was that we bought a truck camper without a truck, partly to help a friend, and partly because we wanted one for ourselves. That meant we had to buy a pickup truck to carry it, so that absorbed several thousand of our hard earned dollars right from the get go. Not sorry for that purchase, and think it will be good in the long run.
So that leaves me to complete my contract, which wouldn't be too hard if they would quit screwing up my schedule, but that's par for the course at this facility I'm thinking.
So we hope to leave here on the 23rd - drop our friend off in Missouri, and by the 25th arrive in our next semi-permanent location based on the available dialysis centers that are near my daughter and son back in Texas.
Not even close to what we had planned, but you'd think by now, I would know not to count on anything ever working out as planned.
I cannot even begin to imagine how dialysis is going to change our lives - the experience here has been somewhat surreal.
One thing I am hoping is that I'll be able to focus and write a little more. I'm working on a new site called niume - so far I have only 2 posts up, but over time I suspect I can grow that if I pay attention.
My first post on niume: To Save Money on Food, Do This
Second Post: Bluegrass Carol of the Bells
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