Learning Experience

Well, setting up this blog has certainly been a learning experience for me. I think when I left my Atos job my brain said thank you so very much and leaked out all the stuff the techs taught me. (Note: I haven’t missed it until now!) My friend, Betty, helped me a little yesterday. Most importantly though, Betty helps me to remember that obstacles are just things the universe puts out there to help us learn how strong we really are. This was kind of like another Mud Run for me. I wasn’t sure I could do it, I actually reached out to a couple of people asking if I could pay them to set this up for me, but all the while I kept at it – and Voila! Might be something I’ll be playing with for a while before I get it how I’d really like it, but I did it! Woohoo!! Now if only I can convince Samson to write a few of his Dear Diary entries here. . .

Published by kccan2

Dave and I have been living full time in our Grand Design Reflection 27RL since December 3, 2017. We share our space with our cat, Audrey, and grand dog, Samson. UPDATE: So much has changed in our lives during Autumn 2020! Samson is very happy to be back living with Paul, Audrey crossed the Rainbow Bridge, and we moved into an apartment. We plan to use the camper as a summer getaway going forward. . . no more traveling (with the camper, anyway!) As always, looking forward to new adventures!

6 thoughts on “Learning Experience

  1. omg, this is so exciting. I wasn’t even sure what a blog was until now. I look forward to reading about your adventures with Dave and Audrey and Samson. good for you, Kathi.


  2. Thank you (and Betty!) for reminding me that the obstacles that God has lovingly placed on my path of life, has and will continue to make me stronger💪


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