The part of the refrigerator that makes it a refrigerator and not just an insulated storage hole leaked a bunch of yellow gunk...oh never mind. I'll not bore you with the details. If I think about it too much I get grumpy.
Then my brain went on a bunny chase. These eggs are a lot like people. They look perfect on the outside, but you can't tell what they are like on the inside, if they are good or rotten, until they are broken. Maybe that is why God so often finds it necessary to break us. It's just a thought.Anyway, I've called an RV repair guy, he has ordered the part, it has been shipped (supposedly) and I'm waiting, as patiently as I can, for a call telling me he that he is on his way to install it. I'll keep you posted.
In the mean time, I'm keeping a few country style pork ribs and some lunch meat cool in this little 12v cooler. (The water bottle is there as a reference so you can see how big the cooler is NOT.) And I bought a couple of these shelf stable meals.
That dinner looks pretty good in the picture on the package, but when you open it up...
I've visited this area of the RV park several times. It is a covered patio complete with rocking chairs, BBQ grills and picnic tables. Notice the ice machine. Yeah, I come here for the ice. I've spent $8 on ice to keep $4 worth of milk cold.
Adjoining the patio is the pool,
Can you see the third rig on the left? The Silverado? That's us. I tote my dirty clothes down this little street...
I've already spent a good bit of time here, and I wasn't reading.
Every weekday morning one of the staff members leads a short prayer and devotional time. All camp residents are invited to attend. It is a great way to start the day and a great place to meet like minded people and make new friends.
Meet our new friends! The Walkers. God is so good. Not only did He provide us with work, He also put us in a nice place with some really nice people. Sadly, our new friends left for their home this morning, but I intend to keep in touch.
There ya go, a summary of our first week back to work in Mississippi. It has been a really good week, and I'm praying for many more.
If you get an urge to tour Graceland, sniff a magnolia blossom, or just enjoy a few EZ DAZE, come visit us. I'll be happy to offer you some room temperature water and a shelf stable Hormel dinner!