An emotionally questionable woman and her emotionally questionable dog hit the road, living and traveling in a mechanically questionable 1988 Ford Econoline van.
I am so excited your on your way back. I have missed you. I will be watching your blog to see when you arrive.
Love!! Yay love!!! I love you! I promise you crotchos and hummers and as many beverages as it takes to hear your tales once you arrive.
I love you Eva!!
You're coming home!!! I am so excited to get to know the new you.
Eva, I'm so proud of you! What a studdette you've been throughout this whole journey. Congratulations on living by the seat of your pants and surviving. You rock! Give Cija a hug for me.
Oh girl...I totally almost cried reading this. Yay for love! Yay for home! Yay for friends! This journey will live on in your heart forever as one that changed you, molded you, beat you, angered you, encouraged you, and most of all...thrilled you again and again at every turn. I hope that our paths will cross again someday, but I wish you the very best in life. xxoo
Eva, I had an epiphany the other night, which led me to your blog. Sell my house, upgrade my travel van, grab my dog, Vinny, and take off on an adventure. I'm 54, on the heels of 55, and I thought, what the hell. My kids are grown, I'm single again and my job is less than satisfactory (even though I consider myself blessed to even have one these days). Now, I don't know if I'll actually follow through with this... so many things could trip me up. BUT, and this is the crux of my rambling, I can't tell you how much I've enjoyed reading your blog. Finally someone I can identify with! You truly should publish these writings. I'm so afraid that you'll take them off before I finish..... Hope your world is full of fresh new adventures. Keep writing. DebnSLO
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