Yet, here I sit.
I have decided that typing blog posts on my phone is totally not worth it, because of the number of typos, so alas, you must wait until I have opportunities such as this one to take advantage of free Wi-Fi. Thankfully, today's night local (aka, Walmart) is a 1 minute walk from McD's.
I also never thought I'd be ok with seeing roadkill so close and personal. Like, 1 foot away.
And yet I am.
I never thought I would wash dishes with water from a spigot 2 feet off the ground.
That I'd drain pasta in a parking lot.
That I would drive an RV before I drove a 8-seater van.
Be ok with popping blisters.
Eat the same lunch 5 days in a row.
Beg for money at Masses.
Accept cookies from people I've never met.
Go to Walmart at 2:30 in the morning.
Sleep overnight in a Walmart parking lot.
Shop at Walmart multiple times a day, 4 days in a row.
(are we seeing a Walmart trend here? We are of the opinion that Walmart should sponsor Crossroads. We go there enough!)
We are a walking advertisement (haha, no pun intended) for Walmart, iPhone, and Chrysler. Except now we have a Dodge van, so that doesn't really work anymore.
Basically, Crossroads has made me go sooo far outside my comfort zone! On this journey, I have done oodles of things that I never would have done before. And honestly, I needed to break out of my box.
Consider the box broken.