I’ve published another story with Land That I Live. This was a fun opportunity for me to experiment with a new form of one of my favorite genres, the travel essay. Enjoy!
I am now booked for four domestic and international trips over the next two months: Seattle, India, Boston, England. Some for work, some for pleasure, some for both. Lately, my life has seemed like a train on the tracks, rolling past the same people and places at the same time every day. I’m eager for change.
My plane touches down around 9 p.m. Seattle time. It’s midnight back home in DC, and I worked a full day before my coast-to-coast flight. Still, the lights sparkling outside my hotel window call to me, and all I want is not to be alone in a strange city. Keep reading…