Well everyone a whole week has already passed since we left Brissy.
Even though we’ve been living in the caravan now for 12 weeks we’ve technically only been on the road since last Thursday.
We have adapted to life in a confined living area very well I think and we are actually enjoying the simplicity of our new lifestyle.
We don’t want for anything, we are both sleeping SO well and we are cooking and eating with absolutely no problems.
Even getting dressed in the mornings poses no problems. It’s just great.
On a relationship level we simply don’t believe the old saying “Familiarity breeds contempt”.
We have spent virtually no time apart for 12 weeks, living in a confined space together and spending every day together. Even though we talk to plenty of others our main converations are between ourselves. I can honestly say that from my perspective I feel closer to Kerrie each day.
I never get sick of her being there and I still miss her for the short periods we are apart.
Our converstions always seem to be new and we still have few silent moments between us where we have nothing to say to each other.
We don’t fight and any slight tension that arises is usualy mine and a word of encouragement from her will calm me down completely.
Kerrie is always smiling always happy and always positive.
I can truly say I love her more each day.
There are times that we have to pinch ourselves to make sure it’s all real – all the blessings God has given us and the way He provides.
As for the caravan we have set up the annex as we will do each time we stop for more than a couple of days.
It lets us spread out that bit more and it’s especially good for setting up the chairs and watching TV.
We should have the SpaceCalc programmed installed in our customers offices in Exhibition Street on Tuesday and the university has asked for a demonstration on some of the other modules of our Campus Operations Management System that they want “bolted on” to SpaceCalc.
There IS one big negative of course and that’s missing all of you!
Emily phoned me yesterday as she had a problem with her tax and I so much wished I was there to fix it for her.
There’s not one of you that we don’t miss dearly. Despite the excitment of our daily lives we never stop talking about and thinking about all of you.
We love you all.