I have, simultaneously, nothing and everything to say, since my long-ago last post. So instead, here are some photographs of my week long trek from Honolulu to Houston to Dallas to Memphis to St. Louis to Wisconsin. Needless to say, it has been quite a week.
I’ve always wanted to visit Seattle. The airport was the closest I’ve been yet, so the numerous glassed-in photos I was able to get during my brief layover there will have to suffice until I can actually go explore it someday.
Houston was wonderful, spending time with my big sister, Sarah, drinking coffee and rummaging through the plethora of antique stores in Montrose.
Thursday morning I met an old friend for coffee downtown, and then began my trek northward.
It was strange, leaving Dallas indefinitely. Even now, with all my worldly possessions still packed in the back of my van, I have to keep reminding myself that my chapter in Texas is done…
And so up I drove to Memphis.
Memphis was such a great place to fossick around for the weekend. So full of life and history and character(s).
St. Louis. Another place I need to explore sometime soon. It was such a good time, hanging out with some of the Washington University grads, learning to tattoo, and learning that I’m impressively awful at darts.
Monday morning, I got in my overly packed van again, and drove eleven hours to Wisconsin.
Taking pictures while driving isn’t really the most advisable of tips for maneuvering vehicles. Therefore, this mediocre photograph of St. Paul, Minnesota, will have to do, until I can upload those taken when I actually had time to go into the city.
So. There you have it. My road trip. Or, the first leg of it. I leave Wisconsin for Chicago on Friday, and then head to Detroit on Saturday. School starts Monday.
And I feel so unprepared.