Julia’s funeral will be Thursday at 2:00 p.m.
We discovered that she had no insurance. Her children are just barely making do. The little country church they go to raised $3,000 to help pay for the funeral, but there is still a big chunk they don’t have.
So we are chipping in what, to us, is a significant amount.
That means our plans for camping in Florida in February are off.
We plan to board Sheba at the vet’s while we are in South Georgia for the funeral. It would be impossible to handle her around a crowd like that and still have the emotional capital left to be some sort of comfort to the family. We’ll park the Casita in a family member’s yard while we are there, then head back to pick up Sheba before the boarding fees get too high.
Maybe we can get out camping for a week or so at one of the COE parks in South Georgia sometime in February.
Life is funny. But the curves we are thrown are a normal part of living. We just have to adjust our course now and then. 🙂