Self-esteem

I hadn’t realized how much my truck was involved in my self-esteem.
I did know that when my truck wasn’t running well I was upset and anxious, but that made sense because I was living in it and if it stopped running I lost my living space, such as it was.

But having the camper off seems to have lightened my mind as well as my truck. I feel lighter, and speedier, and more vroomy. 🙂

I don’t feel as on guard and as defensive; I’m not waiting for the questions that invariably came when people saw the camper. I’m not subconsciously waiting for the police to stop me; okay, maybe at the very line between conscious and subconscious.

I feel freer.

I’m hoping my gas mileage improves as well!

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