“Welcome Home”

Those words were spoken to me one week ago today, the very moment I officially re-entered the United States of America. Here is a brief summary of my life from that moment until now.

Over the past seven days, by God’s grace, I have returned to the USA (Los Angeles), replaced rat eaten spark plug wires in my Honda Accord (with the help of Jeremy Naime), paid to have a timing belt and water pump replaced, spent time with friends (most notably with Chase, Sarah, and Grace Sears, at whose home I stayed while in LA), visited Grace On Campus at USC, hung out with students, contracted a fever, plus some sort of infection rendering the body terribly weak, tried to rest, eaten lunch with Rick and Kim Holland (and the boys), discussed getting another TMS grad to come to Australia with Dr. Busenitz and Ray Merringer, attened Grace Church, and set out on my journey across the United States home.

How’s that for brevity?

Currently I am in Albuquerque, New Mexico, staying at a Holiday Inn Express, still approximately 1500 miles away from Greenville, South Carolina. I left Los Angeles yesterday, drove through Las Vegas and spent the night in Flagstaff, Arizona. Today I traveled a mere 325 miles to Albuquerque. On Wednesday, Lord willing, I will drive to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. On Thursday I’ll try to reach Memphis, Tennessee, and then on Friday, Greenville. I can’t wait to get home for Christmas.

Brrrrr. It’s cold up here in the Northern Hemisphere.


One Response to ““Welcome Home””

  1. Kelley Says:

    Hey Brian- we want to see you while you are in SC! J has off the whole week after Christmas. Plus I need your mom to do her ring trick and tell me if I’m having a boy or a girl.

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