When you think back, the road seems so much clearer. No scattered debris. No 10 car pile ups. But when you took the road less often traveled- that beautiful paved path just wasn’t the case.
You stumbled along the route. Speedbumps were relentless placed just feet in front of you desired locations and potholes… don’t even get me started.
So why is looking in the rearview so clear?
It’s simple. You’ve done all the hard work. You’ve climbed over all the hurdles. You’ve accomplished some great triumphs, and now all you can see is the good outweighing the bad, so your mirrors, both side and rearview look free and clear, and you’ll continue your journey with optimism and cheerful thoughts about what’s left to discover.
That’s how it should be, right?
You focus on all the great sights, sounds, and tastes you’ve managed to uncover through your time on the road? You cherish the time you’ve spent with your family, away from life’s distractions and clutter.
You feel confident that taking this giant leap into the land of RVing was a great move for your family and you love each and every moment, regardless of what life throws your way.
These are my thoughts, at least of our time spent traveling. And in the past 2 ½ years, we’ve covered some good ground and thanks to my awesome husband, made some good time. We’ve seen a lot, done a lot, but still have a lot left.
We’ve enjoy the road, the life and the memories we’ve created as a result.
Safe Travels & Many Adventure-