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EVERYTHING HAS ITS PLACE

By on February 8, 2017

Growing my mom always said everything has its own place. Didn’t appreciate this then, but I was a dumb kid.  This was to tell us to put our s*** away. Living in 180 square feet is keeping me true to that, a dumb adult. If you use something put it away immediately, if you cook something clean it up immediately. In such a small space it’s very quickly to become a very disarrayed space if you don’t pay attention. Bout to hit the road once again so it’s looking around the trailer to decide if everything is stowed appropriately.  Lookin good…

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  1. Margaret Fox Ballard

    February 8, 2017

    Thanks 😉

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In Dec of 2014 I decided to sell my house of 15years & pick up a vintage Airstream. I found a guy in Covington that had one he was completing- house went under contract before Xmas & things seemed to be working out. I made this decision because I’d been in the same place in the Old 4th Ward for 15yrs. WAY too much condo and apartment construction in the area making it unbearable to get anywhere. I had way too much stuff that I didn’t need & needed to cut it way back to the essentials. AND it didn’t make sense for me to be paying almost $2300 on mortgage & utilities for me & my 3 cats, Bongo, Molly & Casper Little did I know that 4 contracts would fall through until I finally sold on May 28th, 2015. Not the new year start i expected… Follow along. It's an adventure for sure///

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