After living in my daughter's house for 3 weeks,
it was time to load everything back into the coach.
Things seemed to keep making there way into her house. Clothes, computers, electronic gadgets, paperwork, sewing supplies and lots of miscellaneous stuff. I also loaded up the refrigerator in the coach with leftovers from all of the good food we cooked and Karl made me a batch of Mango Salsa, yum!
And some Easter Eggs to make egg salad
Ha, ha --- Diane commented this morning that I was like a college kid that came home to do laundry and raid the refrigerator.
I helped Diane and Karl with a garage sale last week, they are purging stuff and downsizing. They are planning on moving later this year. They are in the process of painting every room in the house and upgrading some things. I did not do any painting or remodeling, but I helped them to wrap and pack things that they are keeping and/or putting in storage. I have a few boxes of stuff at their house that will go into storage.
I also did a little bit of sewing, I made some large pillow covers to go across the back of the couch/bed in the RV and made a few pillows and pillowcases for me and for Diane. Diane is spray painting all of their yard furniture in cool, beachy colors and I made some cushion covers for her.
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I have to check in at my seasonal job on Wednesday, April 11th, Orientation is the 12th. I'm not sure what day I will start working or what my hours will be. I'm not sure I would really call this "workamping" as I will get paid for all hours worked. I will pay $25 a week for my RV site rent. Traditional "workamping" is trading work for an RV site. I will be doing accounting work, which is not really a typical "workamping" job.
I'll be posting more information about the job when I get settled in my new location.
Now I have to get caught up on reading all of the blogs in my "reader". Where does all the time go?