I am always trying to make my life while in the truck easier, and just as good as if I were sitting at home in my kitchen. I’ve never been one to believe that because I was a truck driver I should have a less superior life than someone that drives 15 miles to and
Iâ€™ve been gone. In my mind I packed a bag from One Girl Trucking and took a trip. Unfortunately I didnâ€™t tell anyone I was leaving, and I do appreciate the emails asking where Iâ€™ve been. Truly I do. My life is busy. Iâ€™m guessing your life is busy too. A
I receive a lot of emails from women asking how I live while out of the road- as far as taking care of myself hygiene wise. So today I thought I would put together a few picture with some links on what I use and how I get along while on the road and most
The snow, ice, and cold are getting to me us. And sitting in Arizona with bright sunshine and green grass popping up in the ditches isn’t helping any! I keep sitting here thinking that when I get home I’m going to go out and start digging and planting! And then I slowly come back to
I am a prisoner of the highway, farmer and lover of Mother Nature, the moon and stars, my long and low, flat-top Peterbilt, chickens, cats, dogs, horses, cooking, photography, tattoos, tea pots and vintage barnifactsâ€¦among other things. Read more...