Hi friends! Thanks for letting me rant and whine the other day. I will say, this week has been easier. Not without struggles, but definitely easier. And now, as mentioned, I’m back with a video! (You can check out our other videos and subscribe to our Paloma Sol Youtube page HERE if you’d like). Soooo, as mentioned in the video we had intentions of doing a recap of our first week living off-grid on this farm in Guatemala. But then two weeks went by. And then three weeks. Then we filmed this and all the physical struggles came about for me. So we are about six weeks out from this “one-week recap” — so close, right?
We tried, haha. Like I said, it’s just been A LOT.
Never-ending really. We didn’t talk about this in the video, but I think for sure the real biggest struggle is my health stuff and the financial things. Outside of that everything else just feels like a major growing experience. We’re definitely growing in this process. And for sure making ten thousand lists and plans along the way.
I’m not sure if I mentioned this in my last post, but since recording this, Ceiba has ripped a hole in each of our glamping tents. I have to repair those (we actually talk about this in an upcoming video). We know it’ll be a never-ending process with expenses and repairs, especially living so intertwined with nature, but ideally, the dogs wouldn’t cost us an extra 3,000$ in one week, ya know? She’s been tough. But we understand… she is still a (giant) puppy. She’s growing too 😉
I don’t have a lot more to say about this video, it’s pretty self-explanatory.
Coming up we have: a day in the life video, how we get to town WITHOUT a boat, finance stuff, buying land— the goods and bads, and I’m debating about putting a video together of our first night at the farm— since I found footage of this too.
I hope you guys are well. Thank you again for being here and supporting this space. I appreciate it.
Ps. How cute is Ms. Paloma at the end? That wasn’t planned– she just got excited, haha. Love her.