The phrase “our plans are written in jello” didn’t originate with us. However, we think it’s a great way to describe not only our touring RV lifestyle but our general approach to living. Twice before we adjusted our plans to serve as interim pastor. This year we’ve been asked to serve the Houston Southwest Church of the Nazarene in Richmond, TX during their pastoral transition. We’re enjoying getting to know the good folks of the church – they’ve made us feel right at home.
Hopefully, our presence will smooth the transition between pastors. Once we finish at Southwest we plan on yet another type of RV adventure, but that plan is also written in jello at this point.
We’ve been at Green Caye RV Park in Dickinson, TX several times through the years so we pretty much know what to expect when we arrive. Some of our favorite spots are in the cul-de-sacs of the campground. There’s a bit of a community feel in these areas of the campground. Most of the people in the cul-de-sacs are long term residents who get to know one another. Since the cul-de-sacs are quieter with larger sites they are popular. When we arrived at the campground in November we asked to be put on a waiting list for one of these sites. Today, in February a spot opened up and we were able to move in.
We will be here for a while as I’m filling in as an interim pastor at a local church. I’ll do another post about that later on. For now, we are enjoying our new spot – about 1000 feet from our old one but a nice step up for us.