Saturday, May 14, 2005

times will change

Last night as I lay motionless with the light on, watching for mosquitos to kill before going to sleep, I got to thinking about the timeline I'm on.

It's May 15.

In one week, I'll be in Bangkok.

In two weeks, I'll be in Xi'an checking out the terracotta army with Jeffers - a friend who teaches English in Xining.

In three weeks, I'll be on a plane somewhere over the Pacific headed for SFO.

In four weeks, I'll be starting a summer job in Washington DC as a shop-floor technician and occasional engineer.

Oddly, the fact I'm a high-strung guy gives me some solace in the face of these timelines. I was handling this after-Nepal stuff three weeks ago. That should make this last week low-stress and fun. Should.


At 6:54 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

don't be stressed. everything will work out. you'll see.

At 9:58 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just received you postcard, very nice...Brought loads of memories from back home. I'm glad to hear that your time in Nepal was fruitful. Hope you have good time in China, and a safe journey back home..

Good luck with your upcoming job in DC!


MP, Canada


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