Wednesday, August 20, 2008

the short term plan

i have to be out of my spot in less than 2 weeks, this is cool because it's giving me another chance to be even more prepared to hit the road. i want to stay in my city until at least october first as that will allow me to have the funds i need, so that leaves the question of september. while i don't need a "place" since i live in my van, my neighbor terri has insisted that i should crash with her until i'm ready to leave. so, that's what i'm gonna do. it'll give me a place to get organized, and a place to sleep while i get my van checked out and all ready to roll. also, i'll be helping her with the rent which she really needs.
i don't know what to do about and address when i leave. i suppose i'll just pay all my bills online, but i don't know about personal correspondence. maybe my mom will be able to forward it to me wherever i may roam. what do you think mom? i've had a pretty heavy amount of letters coming from a certain institution in PA and i don't want that stream to be interrupted. i would just keep my po box and forward it somewhere, but the post office where i have my box is closing! on september 30th. yet another sign.
work has been better, the money is ok, and next week there is a huge convention in town which should give us a fairly large turnout.
as the weather shifts toward fall, my creaky gears are slowly engaging.


Jack said...

Sounds like you don't know for sure where "next" is. Know that you have a place to crash in DC.

Take care,


Anonymous said...

For postal mail on the road this place will scan it all into email for you for as low as $10 a month.

Mom said...

Of course I'll forward your mail to you. I think Post Offices have a "General Delivery" option that can be used even if you don't have a regular address in the vicinity. We should check that just to be sure.

I love you.

sarah swift said...

OMG, I am on the edge of my seat here, waiting for your big plans, no hurry, however. Any news from the green faerie bug? Love you. Pan says "hey".