Q: Aren't you going to be cold?
A: This is by far the commonest one. Bless you all for thinking about my well-being. You really shouldn't worry though. The van is tiny so it will warm up easily with the help of a small heater. It's insulated for use in ski resorts so can be toasty even if there's an icy Arctic blast. My electric costs are part and parcel of the pitch fees so there's no problem about turning the thermostat up a notch or two if it gets more nippy. And in a power cut I can revert to gas central heating powered from my propane supply.
Q: Why are you putting yourself through this?
A: I'm doing it because I've wanted to for ages and I'm aware that I'm more likely to regret the things in life that I didn't get round to. There really isn't going to be much self-sacrifice involved. I love life's little luxuries and don't intend to forego them.
Q: Won't you miss having a proper toilet?
A: Duh! What do you think I am? Some kind of weirdo who loves donning black rubber gloves and carting around tanks full of wee and poo, some of which won't even be my own bodily waste . Of course I will but it's a job that's over quickly and is a small price to pay.
Q: Are you stark raving mad?
A: No, I'm absolutely certain that I'm way more sane than lots of rat race dwellers. The decision to live in the van is a carefully thought out product of a sound mind and not some irrational impulsive act.
Q: How is Louis going to do his homework?
A: On the table at the back of the van or lounging on his bed. The latter is my preferred place to study. We'll have Wi-Fi access for online assignments and research. I'm not getting why this one is being seen as a problem. How much space does a kid need to do a bit of maths?
Q: Won't you miss having a garden?
A: Are you joking! I'm more notorious than Freddy Krueger in the plant world. Nothing lives long around me. I've even killed mint! Let other gentle green fingered people do the landscape gardening bit and I'll enjoy the benefits of their hard labour.
Q: Won't you and Louis kill each other cooped up in that small space?
A: Nope, we've tried and tested small space living together and it will be fine. It's a rare occasion when we spend all day at home anyway. We're both too sociable and outdoor loving for that.
Q: Won't you be lonely?
A: No, unless I'm housebound through illness or injury I don't do lonesomeness. I'm a sociable soul who seeks out people easily and I'm happy with lots of my own company as well.
Q: How are you going to have sex in there?
A: Bejesus! Don't you get asked some personal stuff? There's been more than one person whose quizzed me about this. Seeing that I'm single and not a wanton strumpet, as Brian called Jennifer on 'The Archers' the other day, it's not currently an issue. If I'm tempted to become one and the mood takes me I'm sure I'll work something out pretty easily. After all don't the mile high club operate in spaces rather more restrictive than a six metre long motorhome? Some things are definitely meant to be kept private so there'll be no kiss and tell if I figure it out. It's not that kind of blog I'll have you know!
Q: What happens if you find that it is all one great big mistake?
A: I'll turn to Rightmove and choose myself a house to move into. Simples!
If anyone else has any burning questions about moving into a motorhome that they need answering, pop them in the comments section. You might even get a response!