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After being in the States for two years, 11 months, and 25 days, I finally returned to Northern Asia! Inside are a few thoughts about the trip back.

…I mean, the flight. Not the three years in-between.

Good-Bye America, Hello Northern Asia!

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The new apartment: Unlike many of my teammates who have to go apartment hunting, one was waiting for me when I returned, which was a HUGE answer to an unspoken prayer! I wasn’t looking forward to going apartment hunting, and the extra expenses that would entail. But God took care of that! The only downside to this is that what you have is just what you have. Caveat Giftor! For example, my toilet: My Friend. My Enemy. My Toilet.   The apartment isn’t far from Xi’An International School, where I will be work at part-time. I spent much of the first two weeks going between XIS and waiting at my apartment to either get the heat turned on by an apartment maintenance man, or to see if the internet would get fixed (it didn’t until Wednesday night!) Now, I am in the process of getting plates, flatware, glasses, pots and pans, etc. Currently it is christmas break at XIS, so I have some time to get settled in and prepared for next... 928-679-2293


The trip from the US to N. Asia was relatively uneventful. I flew thru Seoul, Korea, via the Incheon International Airport. Incheon is definitely one of the nicer airports I’ve traveled through. In fact, there are so many travel accommodations that having a layover there doesn’t seem seem it would be burdensome.

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This little blog helps me keep in touch with all of my friends back in the States who helped me out these past few years, and showcase the beauty of this land.

…Plus, if you don’t have a blog, you’re a nobody! Well, I don’t want to be a nobody.