I’m more than a little annoyed that I just had my first day of walking our beautiful trails here and then came down with this rotten cold.

I know there are people in a lot worse health situations than I am with this cold, and people with more severe problems. That doesn’t take away from the fact that the weather is finally perfect for early morning power walking, and here I sit, sneezing, coughing, wheezing, blowing my plugged drippy nose and feeling sorry for myself. The upside is that I know this will pass.

As I was looking at my photos of my first venture out to the walking paths four days ago, I came across the one I chose for my feature photo. It brought home to me that once hubs and I are feeling healthy again, we have some major decisions to make.

Now that we’ve purchased a winter home in Texas, we need to either sell our condo, sell our motorhome, or possibly both.

When we returned home from Texas, I realized how much I love our condo. Maybe that’s because of the space we have vs the space in the motorhome. I think it’s more than that. The location is perfect and that’s a huge plus for me. Another plus is that between our condo fees and our taxes, we can’t live cheaper renting an apartment. On the negative side, our condo building isn’t accessible, so isn’t good for the long term for us. There’s always upkeep and expenses we wouldn’t have with renting. Also, hubs is very involved with the condo board and this causes him a lot of stress from time to time.

I love our motorhome. It’s the most comfortable way to travel with my chronic lower back issues. I also love camping in the summertime around our province. Could I live without it? Of course I could. Hubs is very attached to it though, so it would be a tough let go for him.

Perhaps our best choice will be the one directly down the middle. This would be the compromise choice. I’ll let go of the condo and he’ll let go of the motorhome. Stay tuned …

“It is in your moments of decision that your destiny is shaped.”

Tony Robbins