Yesterday, I finally got the call that I had always expected to get. Somebody called the cops on me because I had been in one spot too long.
Part of me thinks that the fact that another Truck and RV trailer started to park on the same street as me rose the fear in someone.
All I know was that I had to move last night after work, so move I did.
With the help of a couple of my co-workers and the melting of the snow, I was finally able to park where I like to park, closer to work.
There are a thousand challenges and I will do what I always do: solve them one by one as I make my way in this world.
I will not be rude to the police or other authorities (if I can help it) as they are just doing their job and don’t deserve to be given guff.
Likewise, I am a person and don’t deserve to be given attitude or treated poorly. The officer who phoned me was polite and professional; a real credit to the uniform.
For my part I said that I would move before the night was out and move I did. It remains to be seen if I get another call or visit today, but one problem at a time.
The latest challenge is how and when to run my generator in this area, as I don’t want to anger or upset my new neighbours.
I am still undecided as to what I will do, as far as living arrangements are concerned, but I will try to have more of a life, yet again, I need to get through the next three months first.
As always: Keep your head up, your attitude positive, and keep moving forward!