If our lives are stories, I’d like to suggest that we get our characters out from their comfortable places.
Like a journey from left to right on the movie screen.
Like turning the pages of an epic novel.
Go east. Your character was made for an adventure.
I started East of Elm with more than houses in mind.
A home may be a part of your story (I can help with that), but I don’t imagine that it’s THE story.
Fair warning as you dream up your destination—The greatest stories have the greatest obstacles.
Please think of East of Elm as a place to find a little positive inspiration for your travels.
Go east. I’ll be rooting you on!