|Creative Cube Mobile Studio & Event Planning||
Welcome to my very first Blog and look into the starting process of Creative Cube Mobile Studio. What I thought might be neat to do is take little video clips of the start up process as we venture into completing the studio. I will update a few times a week to tell you the ups and downs of what we are doing.
William (husband) and I picked up the shell of a trailer from Allparts trailer sales. WOW! Was all I thought when I finally got to see my new baby. It is not small that is forsure. 30 ft sounds like nothing until you actually hook it up and start driving down the road.
We made it home no hickups. Well I should say my superman of a husband drove that beast like he was flying a kite at the beach. So it was nothing for him, but if I had to pick it up on my own I most likely would have taken out three telephone poles and our poor neighbours mailbox. So Thanks William, for taking the day off.
William and I primed the inside. We took the trailer from naked wood to flat white in about 3 hours. We could have done it in 2 but we didn't feel like passing out from fume exposure. Smelly, primer was not my favorite part so far. Lucky when we finally get to paint with all the colours of the rainbow the paints are much easier on us and the environment.
With paint stained hands, faces and hair whiter then Santa, we decided to pass on cooking so what better thing to fill our hungry bellies then a roasted chicken from Costco and a pre-made salad. Can I get a YUMMY...
Church, a nice drive around town and lunch at Grandma Wanda's. William decided I should take my first crack at moving the trailer.
So we waited till it was completly pitch black out, this way if I hit something know one would know it was little old me ;). (just Kidding) I bought insurance we are all good.
I jumped into my big Ford F350 Lariet, threw that puppy into reverse and backed up. I was so happy I only had to take 3 stabs at getting the hitch lined up. From the first try I was pretty darn close. I hooked it up so it wouldn't vear off in the opposite direction when my love drove it to the decal place at 5AM Monday morning.
Then I pulled out of the driveway trailer, truck and my fearless 5ft 3in self. Drove 10ft then did everything else in reverse. I parked it in front of our neighbours house all ready to go first thing Monday morning.
I really wanted to get up this morning at 4:45AM with William, but due to the fact that my eyes weighed more then the trailer, I am sure this is true. It was just not possible. I did though all cozy and warm in my bed, say goodbye to my amazing husband. He got up brushed his teeth and started out driving Creative Cube trailer to Vancouver Car Wraps to get wrapped and beautified. This is so exciting. I know that the owner, Daryl will do an amazing job on wrapping my baby.
Poor William didn't get the chance to come home and cuddle with me for a minute. As I received a call at 5:45, asking me to make him a lunch because he had to get to work asap.
Well there you have it that is where we are right now. I have some videos to get up in the next day or so. I only prey that everything goes smooth and bumpless. But again the mountains we face in life are what gives us strength, and builds character. Until next time have a wonderful day.
We can rejoice. too, when we run into problems and trials, for we know that they help us develop endurance. And endurance develps strength of character.
Dawn A. Cornish-Suelzle