This is Peanut Butter Brickle. When you feel like you are missing out on something in life, that’s a pretty disappointing feeling, isn’t it?
Like whenever I walk by an ice cream shop and I see persons with a giant ice cream cone, and I don’t have one, that’s an awlful feeling.
But sometimes, missing out can feel even bigger than an ice cream cone.
Last week, we were supposed to be on that ship taking us to that Italy place.
And we didn’t get on it because the persons thought it would be too long of a trip since it was seven days. And they thought it would be too hard on me in a small area with my aches and pains for that long. And they also didn’t want to sleep without me and Fruitycake every night. Let’s just say that.
So we didn’t get on that ship. That ship left without us. And it was a little hard to handle.
It did feel overwhelming to the persons. Because now we have a little house in that Italy place.
And we have to find a plane to get us there quicker and where we can all ride together. And also there are more things that need to be worked out.
So yea. That ship left without us.
And now we have to find another route. Another way to do this journey. And the more I think about it, the more it’s ok by me. Just because a ship in life leaves without you, you don’t give up. You find another way.
And that way may be better in the long run. Don’t give up on your dreams because one ship has sailed. Find another way. Even walk if you have to. But I certainly hope we don’t have to do that.
We are in this Georgia place for a few more days as Boy Person tries to fix a car so we can give back our rental cars. You see, this is taking longer than we thought. And it’s too expensive. Stay tuned. We may need to walk after all…
–Peanut Butter Brickle