(first East, and then) North to Alaska!

Spring is in the air, and you know what that means: time to move.  I’ve moved pretty much every spring since I was 18 years old.  Now that I’m getting to be an old codger at 27, you would think that I would slow down and stay in one place for longer, but perish the thought, my friends, perish the thought.  Here’s the plan for the next few weeks:

Tomorrow, Friday, I move all my stuff out of my house and put it in storage.

Saturday, I go to Seattle with Ryan, Peter, Tony and Bob to see a Mariners game, and then stay with Tanya.

Sunday, I fly to Budapest.

Wednesday, May 17, I go to Prague for a few days.

Sunday, May 21, I return to Budapest.

Tuesday, May 23, I fly back to Seattle.

Wednesday, May 24, I relax.

Thursday, May 25, I fly to Skagway.  I will be there until September.

I don’t know my phone number yet, since I don’t know which house I’ll be living in.  But I’ll let you know later.  If you’ll be in any of the places I will be this summer, I look forward to seeing you.  If you’re not sure about taking that trip to Alaska, do it.  It’s beautiful.  And I’ll give you a free tour.

If I will not see you this summer, I hope to see you sometime soon after that. God bless you.

By Elliot

Elliot was born in Michigan and raised in North Carolina. He has studied at Regent College and the University of Richmond, worked at newspapers in St. Petersburg and Los Angeles, taught ESL in eastern Europe, given tours in Alaska, and driven a school bus. Now he lives in western Washington and works as an editor at Lexham Press, the publishing arm of Faithlife Corporation.