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We have so much to be thankful for this Thanksgiving.
We are blessed with dear friends, like Eric and Karla who made time in their busy plans to have dinner with us before they left town. One of the best things that has come out of our full-time lifestyle are the friends we have made on our journeys. We had a few friends when we lived in a sticks and bricks but now we have an amazing number of people that I consider great friends. Hopefully we will be seeing many of these wonderful folks at Quartzsite in January.
Then there are all of you out there in blogland – some we’ve met and many others that we hope to meet in the future. When I need help, you are all there with suggestions and ideas and Rick takes his time to help me out. Thank you so much, especially Rick who was able to remove some suspicious programs on my computer.
Because we have chosen this lifestyle, we were able to spend time this summer with almost all of our families. What a great time we had. Our family is doing well and are happy. What more can we ask for.
Todd and Michaela
Being able to explore this beautiful country of ours at our own pace and in our own home on wheels. In our six years on the road we’ve barely put a dent in my list of places to see.
We also are able to spend our winter months in the Southwest. And this year I am really grateful for our sunshine and warmth. Snow is beautiful in pictures but definitely not in my yard. Desert sunsets are so incredible.
I am especially grateful for the wonderful doctors we have here and for their abilities. We saw Jim’s oncologist on Monday and his PET scan was great. We don’t have to go back for six months. We definitely did a happy dance in their parking lot.
We are going to be sharing Thanksgiving dinner with Jan and Bill down in Casa Grande. We have so very much to be thankful for this year. We wish all of you a very wonderful and joyous Thanksgiving.