The Breakfast Club

It's not often I drop my kids at school. The thirteen year-old is in charge of his own schedule and the ten year-old, who almost is, cycles in with his father. On the rare occasions I am in the a.m., I usually spot The Breakfast Club. On any given school day the mothers of the... Continue Reading →

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Goodbye Sucks

Eight years of expat (migrant) living has thickened my skin...to an extent. I can generally hold it together at the flag ceremonies and stand un-quivering through a chorus line of hugs. Depending on where on I am on the roller coaster of emotions I find myself riding these days, you'll find me anywhere from stoic... Continue Reading →

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... Continue Reading →

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