I took my Granddaughter to Walmart this morning for a little shopping, since her brother is in kindergarten now he's missing out on trips to Walmart and trips to the park, but she wants to go to school like he does so I guess it all evens out.
I still haven't got around to changing the empty propane tank in the little Bronco for a full one. I hope I haven't waited too late already because I've learned that everybody wants a full propane tank before a long weekend and the tank exchange places sometimes run out of full tank's before the weekend is over, which means I wouldn't be able to find one on Monday when I'm hoping to be heading for the high country. But procrastination is what I do, and for some unknown reason things always seem to work out.
I'm not sure why that is, it seems to me I kind of stumble through life, going whichever way the wind blows, without any apparent plan or purpose and yet things always work out okay. In fact sometimes when it comes to full timing it almost seems as if the less planning I do the more fun I have.
One of the reasons for that, and I'm just guessing here, is I'm not very picky, yes there are things that bother me, loud generators come to mind, but for the most part I'm comfortable in just about any situation. The noise of a Walmart parking lot doesn't keep me from enjoying myself, if it's too hot or too cold I can deal with it, and if a boondocking spot is too crowded I look on it as an opportunity to locate an even better boondocking spot.
I absolutely refuse to let worry or stress into my life. There's nothing that will drag you down quicker and take away your ability to live your life the way you want quicker than worry and stress. And I'm not talking about putting on a façade of calm while I'm internalizing all of my problems, I'm talking about I'm not worried inside or out, problems simply don't bother me, I fix them if I can and if I can't I don't worry about them. I know it's easier said than done and I wasn't always like that but I love my full-time life so much I'm not going to let stress take away a single minute of my freedom