Saturday, February 14

We do still live in a bus, after all

When we went up to Colorado and the bus, to get Joey's truck, I was secretly a little nervous about being in the bus again. I was afraid after spending all this time spread out in a stick house that I wouldn't be happy to see the inside of our little bus.
Bus Inside - Oct. 2008
Luckily, I felt right at home and could imagine myself living here again, someday..when it's not winter.

Now....it's been another couple months since we were there, and Joey and I have since talked and learned that he shared the same fears, and had the same happy realization, that the bus is our comfy home. But what about the kids? How do they feel about it? Are they going to break out in little sad faces when we tell them that we're going back to the bus soon? Much to our surprise....They're actually looking forward to going back to the bus!

Jonas misses having the toilet two feet from his bed, and he's already looking forward to re familiarizing himself with all his sleeping animals (his words).

Both boys say what they miss the most are their beds. I made that bold because they were very loud in letting me know they miss their beds.

Jewel is just happy to be with us, wherever we are. AS LONG AS SHE'S WITH US, she says. I love that.

So....we should be leaving Texas soon, and getting back to our normal life of not knowing where we'll be tomorrow, and I, for one, can hardly wait.

15 comments:

Lisa said...

I'm excited for you, Vicky! I can't wait to hear where you're going next. And I love the bus - it looks great!

Heather's Moving Castle said...

I hope you have wonderful and safe travels, friend!! ;o)

Vicki said...

Thanks, Lisa! And I can't wait to find out where we're going next! Since all the rigs stacked in CO we have no idea what we'll find up there so we're pretty excited at the prospect of going some place new...some place we've never been before. I'm thinking Washington state would be pretty in the Spring, no?

Heather said...

I'm totally gonna miss you guys! I hope you all have so much fun!

Megan said...

That looks awesome. I'd love it if you would post more photos of your bus.

Lisa said...

Washington would be awesome! I told Mike as soon as I'm done with school and qualified, I'm travel nursing. I'm ready to roam!!

Hilary said...

Isn't it funny how a few simple words can put our adult fears at ease? I'm happy to hear you're all ready to get back on the road. Enjoy ... wherever you get off to. :)

Cindy said...

Your bus looks so cool and there is no place like home. It must be exciting to get back on the road and have some new adventures.

Looking forward to reading about your travels in the future

Stacey said...

Nice bus! We are picking up our RV in May and will start full timing in October, I can't wait! I love your blog, you have some amazing photos. It makes me realize that we are doing the right thing.

fra said...

You don't know how much I'd like to live as you do!!!
Can't wait to read your new adventures!!

Karrie said...

Oh, the interior of your bus rocks! HAVE FUN!!!!

Snavleys said...

I love how you've done your bus inside, very cool! You lucky ducks that your kids on board with you. We'd be meeting up with you in some awesome place if our kids felt the same way:)

dandeliongirl said...

The bus looks so cool! You did an awesome job vicki! When we get our bus, will you help me decorate?

craftymama said...

i love your bus! you guys should have your own tv show. (and i mean that in a good way)

Shannon said...

Just discovered your blog and have to say that I just love when people dream big and then go out and live it. Have fun in your bus... maybe I'll spot you in Oregon sometime!

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