Trip to Washington

Written by Ethan Kogan

June 4, 2020

On May 24, 2020, I moved to Washington State. That meant that Saturday was my last day, so I played with my neighbors one last time. On Sunday, we woke up early to catch our flight that was at 8, but we left our old house at 6. When we got to the airport, my sister, and I said bye to our mom(which we would see her a week later). After we checked-in, we waited to board our flight to Arizona since it wasn’t a straight flight to Portland. When we boarded the plane, we had to wear masks the whole time. My sister started a mask business before we left, so we had a few to use, which was good.

After we left the ground and were in the air, I watched a few movies and the rest of a show I was watching. The show I was watching is on Amazon Prime called Homecoming(it was a pretty good show), then before I knew it, we were on the ground in Arizona. We had to hurry to the gate since the layover was 30 minutes, but we made it on time. After we boarded, I got settled in the airplane and listened to some music while the plane took off.

The plane ride was fun. I watched a movie, Spies in Disguise, and listened to more music. When we got to Portland, we got our suitcases and went to see our dad, who was waiting to pick us up. We got to see our new house for the first time, which was fun. There is a lot to do to make it look nice, but if anyone can fix it, it’s my mom. What’s good about our house is it’s close to my high school so I can walk there.

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4 Comments

  1. Beverly J Jensen

    I really enjoyed this essay. It was very informative and I really liked the pictures. They were very good.

    Reply
    • Ethan Kogan

      Thank you! It was very fun to make.

      Reply
  2. David Jensen

    I liked the statement, ” if anyone can fix it, it’s my mom.” Nice photos also.

    Reply

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