Sunday, May 14, 2006

Down but not out

I spotted this rig Friday. It looks rather sad to some but it was traveling the Interstate and didn't appear to be leaking any fluids. I didn't get a chance to talk to them as they had a dog tied
to the front bumper.

I'm sure it would have been an interesting visit. Rich people have very boring lives compared to people living on the edge.

I would be glad to have this as compared to being homeless. To have a roof over you head and a bed means you may be "houseless" but not "homeless".

Would you turn up your nose or welcome the company of this person? Your honest answer says a lot about your true character.

6 comments:

Lady Lux said...

I would!..I would!..I would!..I think it would be veeery interesting to talk to someone who lives in a trailer!..I wouldn't mind living in one!...I think it's exciting...the places I'd drive to..I'd paint them...other people to meet...I'd talk to them...everyone has a story to tell..yah'

Linda K said...

Interesting and thought provoking question.

grannyfiddler said...

"Would you turn up your nose or welcome the company of this person? Your honest answer says a lot about your true character."

turn up my nose, Squire? i AM one of those people. though i don't have a motorhome, i do live in a very old, very 'almost finished' church, that i renovate on a shoestring.

i'm with you. wealthy people often not very interesting... or very empathetic.

grannyfiddler said...

"Would you turn up your nose or welcome the company of this person? Your honest answer says a lot about your true character."

turn up my nose, Squire? i AM one of those people. though i don't have a motorhome, i do live in a very old, very 'almost finished' church, that i renovate on a shoestring.

i'm with you. wealthy people often not very interesting... or very empathetic.

Zanne said...

No I wouldn't! I love talking to people. Acutally it seems I'm always interviewing people, because I love to learn about them...what their lives are like, what makes them tick.

I'd want to know how long they've had the trailer, where's it's been, what's the most interesting place they've visited, where they would like to park and stay for awhile, what's the hardest part of living in a motorhome? You know, stuff like that.

Boopgirl said...

I love it and would so like to be them! Sometimes life can be to serious and getting in a motor home and taking off would be great!
I would have stopped and talked to them.They have good stories to tell I'm sure.

 

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