The Aspect Of My Life

Sunday, October 21, 2012

Changes

I have been back in Eugene for a month, a month that has felt like a week and also an eternity.  I knew there would be many loose ends I needed to tie up while in Eugene but I didn't anticipate the stress and the chaos I would feel.  It has not been an easy month.

I continue to grieve the loss of Koko.  I am still tangled in a legal situation with my son.  And as if all of that was not enough, I have committed to trading Minnie in for a newer model.

I found a motorhome that finally felt right and if all goes as scheduled I will do the trade out on Tuesday. 

Another chapter to my life is about to begin. 

9 comments:

  1. Susan,

    Getting into legal battles with family is never fun, I've been there. I hope it works out for you. I can't wait to see your new rig!

    Good luck,
    Erik

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  2. I hope the legal issues will resolve themselves without too much pain. You are dealing with some stressful things right now, but I hope the new rig will give you lots of pleasure. It will be fun organizing and learning about your new home. I can't wait for photos. :)

    PS - I'm now going to try for the third time to get those words right so I can Publish this - you might think about removing the letters and numbers - Honest, I'm not a robot. :(

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    1. Oh, I don't like that word feature either! Thanks for letting me know and hopefully that has now been corrected.

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  3. Where'd my comment from this morning go? At any rate, here's what I said earlier.

    Sorry to hear about all the rough stuff going on, but looking forward to seeing your new ride.

    One day at a time.

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  4. Good luck with the trade. I can't wait to see the pictures. Time will heal!

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  5. koko is still with you, shes the twinkle in the dogs eye, the pink streak in the sky and didnt she whisper in the wind just awhile ago? what would she tell you?

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  6. Can't wait to see your new home!

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  7. Hi Susan,

    You haven't posted for awhile. I know you've been through a lot; hopefully things are going better by now.
    Mary Ann

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