24 Feb Day 148
One of the few photos of all of us, lately.
The day before yesterday we met The Roadies for lunch. It was so nice to see familiar faces and it showed us a lot.
(In addition to the wonderful exchange and the new friendship between Luis and Pan 🙈🐶)
For one thing, we found out how slowly we are moving (the roadies were planning to go on to Portugal, 3h drive – for us about 3 days 😅).
Most of the time we don’t notice it, and it definitely has advantages for us, and yet …
Well, we’re still faster than we would be on foot.
Another point has moved me for some time and has to do with community. Jan and I split our Luis time fairly evenly.
This enables Jan to edit, work, read … and me to study, dance tango, take pictures and much more. We have been doing this since the 3rd month. ❤️
Luis is now 10 months and I notice that there are quite a few children in my area (well, of course we travel, which makes it even more difficult 😅) and where they are, the division is usually different.
I keep reading that mothers only have a cup of coffee for two hours after 10 months and sometimes I then start to doubt whether I am doing something wrong because it was important to me after 4 months for the first time to dance an evening tango?
I am aware that it is a certain luxury that we live (even if not everyone sees living in a motorhome and do not have an apartment as a luxury 🙃😇), but I wonder – are there parents who divide up the time or did it earlier?
I am interested in the exchange, because it is sometimes good if you can talk to someone who is going through something similar to what you do.
Of course, we share many aspects with individual people, but those are different things – you know what I mean?
And how do you deal with that? Do you have people who are going through the same thing in life or do you say that it is not so important?
P.S. Thank you, Zoya for the picture! ❤️