What is Next for Grammi and Grampa?

7 thoughts on “What is Next for Grammi and Grampa?”

  1. Thank you for sharing and not just disappearing. Family and friends are the most important things in our lives. I do hope you’ll still get to use your camper and go on some shorter camping trips nearby.

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  2. We are in the same boat. Due to the increase in gas prices, we will not be taking a road trip this year. (We were planning to go to Utah in September/October.) Instead, we will be visiting friends and family that we haven’t seen in ages and checking out attractions closer to home. We’re also helping out our son and DIL as they adjust to life with an autistic son and newborn twins. Hugs to you and Grammi. Eldercare is *hard* (been there, done that) but worth it in the end. (I won’t tell you how many times I threatened to run away from home, LOL.)

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    1. I know we are not alone. There are many on this boat. As Grammi is fond of saying, “No matter where you are in life, it is only temporary.” Those words have helped us through many tough times before. I know we will get pass this and will soon be traveling again. Thank you for the kind words. Hugs for you and yours as well.


  3. I love to travel and visit places but I rarely leave Michigan, because there is so much to see right here. I believe God has blessed Michigan with beauty but also every other state and country in the world. You will find much beauty to see right near your home. Keep traveling, just not as far. (With gas prices going up, that might be a good idea anyway).

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  4. Your posts are always a treat to read. Including this one. I do believe there are paths we are “supposed” to take in life – things we are supposed to do. Even though the coming year is not quite in line with your dreams, it is in line with your overall dreams and values, I believe. You will be helping family. You will be saving resources for when you do travel again. And it sounds like there are some good travel plans included as well. Like many, the events of the world worry me. I pray every day for our planet. I show support for Ukraine when I can. Dan and I have donated, and we will again. I, for one, would love to read any posts you write – whether they are a travel adventure, a one tank trip, or a report on a home project. We (you and I) are blessed to be retired, healthy enough to enjoy these days and to make the best of each day as it comes.

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    1. Thank you for the encouraging words. It will be good to help our kids settle in a new home. They are very excited.

      We do have some good travel plans coming for this year, but it will be very different from what we’ve done in the past.

      I agree that I will have to expand the subject matter if I’m to keep the blog going forward. That will require more thought and creativity. Maybe, like you, I’ll write about some past travels.

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