I know the woman who bought it from the now defunct community center. Her sister and her sister's husband owned that lot and bldg. It's right across the road from us.
My son said if they ever got an RV of any kind it would be a small one you can park almost anywhere, not a large one like mine. We got a large one because we started to spend winters in FL with a few cats. It fit our needs perfectly.
I don't know what I'll do if things really get hairy here. Can a person in a wheelchair live alone? I would need someone to take me food shopping and to Dr's appts. I'm sure my Social Worker could tell me how to get that kind of help. I really don't need help getting dressed or popping something into the microwave, making a sandwich, coffee, scooping the litter boxes - things like that.
But do I want to go on without RR? Life is so empty, so meaningless. Lonely. Boring. I'm often finding myself wishing I didn't wake up some morning - that life ended and I'm with RR and that special cat we both loved so much named Emily. Emily, she was like a furry little person....
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