I had a dream last night, a very vivid dream. One in which my sister, Becky, the one who passed away, picked out the perfect RV for me. It was a blue van, reconfigured with a bathroom inside, and when you opened the backdoors, there was a kitchen in back, and on the roof, there was a bed. I’ve never seen anything like it in real life, however in my dream I agreed that it was indeed perfect for me. It was easy to drive, had everything I needed, and left a small footprint, all the things I like, and my sister found it for me. We were ecstatic over the find. Apparently it also had a lot of miles, and was old, but something about it said it was just the right one for me.
Having a dream about my sister, that is vivid and I can remember, is rare. I’ve had two dreams (recently) about my sister that were both very realistic, and this latest put me in an excellent mood today. It’s always nice to see my sister, even if I have to see her in my dreams, and we are always so happy to see each other in these dreams. It feels very real.
It does make me wonder, however, if perhaps I am turning away from the RV lifestyle too quickly. Perhaps my sister is trying to give me a sign. (If you believe in signs that is, and well, I have to say, I do.) Whether this is one of those signs or just a gift to me, where I get to interact with my sibling again after so long. I am not sure. What I do know, is I am not yet ready to give up on the RV living dream quite yet.
It may sound far fetched to have dreams like I do, but I’ve heard stories of people who were able to work and rotate their job seasonally from place to place as they moved. I wouldn’t necessarily travel nonstop, but perhaps, just make a move once a year – to avoid those pesky winter months. I’m not sure exactly how it would work, but I know I’ve heard it done and I want to keep my options open to the possibility.
Things are so up in the air right now while I attend school that firm decisions need not be made. In fact it’s probably best if I just keep my ideas all floating around in my head until the time comes to take action. Presently taking action isn’t an option, but in a few short months, perhaps even by summer, I may get to finally make a decision on what I am going to do.