It’s a Small World After All (or Six Degrees of Expat Bacon)

According to the highly scientific and well-regarded method of research that is Googling it, there are roughly fifty million expats currently expat-ting it global style. It’s less than 1% of the world’s population, but it’s still a pretty big number. Big enough that you don’t expect to run into someone you knew in one country while…

These Are A Few of My Danish(y) Things….

Below are the lyrics to a parody song we performed last month to say so long, farewell, auf wiedersehen, and goodbye to the families leaving our school community. I promised I would share the lyrics and am only just now getting around to it so here they are…complete with the YouTube video of our performance :-)….

Schoolhouse Rock

Like many expat kids, my boys attend an international school. And while it has rubrics and complicated assessments instead of grades and smart boards instead of chalk, it is a school in the most traditional sense. There are students and teachers and classrooms. There are principals and secretaries and forms. There are discordant recorder sounds…