No, we’re not homeless, as Merriam-Webster defines homelessness as “having no home or permanent place of residence,” and we have a place to live; it’s just not a traditional, permanently-placed dwelling. If I had a nickel for everyone who finds out we sold our home and moved into a fifth-wheel travel trailer who said they couldn’t imagine not having a house, I’d be able to buy myself a small Frosty at Wendy’s. So what did it feel like to leave our big ‘ole house behind? Here’s what was running through my mind on September 30th—closing day for 11629 N. Oldfield Lane: Continue reading “So, Technically You’re Homeless?”