What an amazing trip so far…….. last Tuesday after they fixed our RV we decided to finish filling it up and to just go. We wanted to try and make up for the time we lost. We have been planning this trip for years and actively investing a lot of preparation time for about a year now. So, to be almost completely packed minus just clothes and pillows Last Friday and find out you can’t go is devastating. We had to wait out the whole weekend because nobody was opened. The following day as we were emptying the food and essentials to put back in the house our neighbor came over. I was shocked to hear him very upset that our RV was still out in front of our house. He was tired of looking at it. At first I thought he was just kidding…..but he was for real, even had a written letter that he was going to send in to the HOA. We explained the situation and I tried to assure him that we were getting out the necessities and taking it back to storage. After hearing the whole story he was embarrassed, apologized and we proceeded to clear out what we need from the RV. Before heading back to his house he told us that we must be mighty good people to be going through what we were and having a neighbor come over and spout off at you the way I did. I told him that I knew God had a plan and it was literally out of our hands. It would be a waste to turn our energy into frustration, anger and worry….there’s no point in it.
That weekend was a little slower than normal, we just took the time needed to do other things around the house. Our neighbor came over with his Wife and gave us a pie. That was so sweet and we once again assured him there was no hard feelings. Monday morning we finally got in touch with our Dealership. We woke up at 6am to get it to the service department on Tuesday morning…. praying for an easy fix. And you know what the Lord gave it to us. The part that needed to be replaced was right there just waiting on us.
I think it pays to try and be calm while letting go and letting God. So much of our lives we think are in our own hands and it’s not. We have to know when to let go and when to push forward. I’m a work in progress when it comes to that.
Tuesday night we made the 2 hour trip back home, finished packing the RV all back up again, ate dinner and left. We just wanted to get going to see what the Lord has in store for us. Follow along with us as we journey cross country!