I'm the blog silent contributor till now...
We are going on 12 weeks since we decided to sell our two houses and most of our possessions to move into a RV.
We are going on 10 weeks since we successfully sold our two houses and most of our possessions and purchased our new home (the RV AKA Boundy according to the crazy kids).
We are going on 8 weeks since we moved into the RV and started discovering all we didn't know about camping in a RV, let alone living in one! We are also 8 weeks in a kind of limbo stage waiting to sell our business to start a journey.
We wait in anticipation and fear... anticipation that we will actually get to do this and fear of the same. :)
We are in our second campground as we circle the Raleigh area trying to keep things fresh while the business is still ours.
We are going on 3 weeks of no Internet and very limited cell coverage, beginning to feel like we have finally begun to discover what "roughing it" really means. Yet roughing it is a loose term since we still recognize that we have it great just not what we have come to know as normal.
I just returned from an annual franchise conference in Dallas, TX talking with other owners and hearing how great our business is and found myself questioning what we are doing...
Perhaps we could just travel locally and accomplish the same goals and maintain a steady income.
Perhaps we are making poor decisions and that selling our only income and traveling as a family of five is irresponsible.
You get the idea.
The more I discussed such ideas, questions and concerns with my lovely bride (she said she's not living in a RV and staying here) I realized that part of this journey is the unknown, facing our fears, trusting that we really aren't in control anyways, letting go of almost everything we know and exploring.
It doesn't take away my/our insecurities but helps us come more to grips with them.
Our adventure, in some ways is on hold and yet in others is in mid stride as we discover the things that I'm sure so many others already know...