Being a fulltime stay at home + working 2 part-time jobs from home, Mum, I am a bit isolated from a physical social life. My besties in Adelaide don't live so close so its phone calls & emails & catch up on facebook. I guess this is the way it has become for many busy mums. For daily contact, I have loved growing my online group of friends; mostly crafty & Blythe collecting mums and I certainly start to miss these friends a bit if there's not some tweeting chat with them through the week.
Now I have to say, we talk about all sorts; Blythe collecting, craft, ETSY, Blythe clothes, eBay, kids, Pinterest, fabric, paper, Flickr, we share instagr.ams, talk about Blythe shoes, share blog posts and even chat a bit about Blythe dolls & beauty treatments.
Lately, there's been talk about vintage caravans. So my incorrigable & enabling friends have gotten me all hot under the collar for a vintage caravan of my own. Well, to share with my family of course. Its mostly that Mel's fault. She just bought one so we are all drooling & following her journey as her family decks out their new van with all the cute trimmings that a cool caravan should have. You can read all about it here.
There's also other cool caravan journey blogs & caravan info sites you can check out if you want to get on the bandwagon , I mean caravan-wagon.
And if you google vintage caravan images, oh my, this is what you get! CUTE +++
Seriously cool! Sadly, I'm not sure my little family will be investing in an actual caravan anytime soon. In the meantime, I am pinning cute caravan pics here in my Pinterest [still in its infancy] and I'm sketching a number of ideas for cute vintage caravan artworks on canvas too.
Artmaking my caravan may be my only way to own one. I guess thats ok for now. But I am putting it onto my bucket list! So there!