Dear little explorer, It must be very hard to believe that you will be living in a new place soon!...
Quick refresher: I am in Chiang Mai as a dorm assistant in a boarding home for missionary teens attending school away from home. I have seen first-hand close the relationships are between every teen in this dorm. Though they vary in age, nationality, and interests, these teens see each other as brothers and sisters.… Continue reading Dorm Life
Disclaimer: This post is not entirely related to TCKs, but I hope you enjoy it anyway The fun started at 6pm… A lady’s night is always fun, especially for us missionary women here in Thailand. I was ecstatic to be able to join the event with the 6 wonderful women I have come to… Continue reading Testimony of a Fainting Goat
image retrieved from http://childhood101.com/2011/09/an-attitude-of-gratitude/As promised, in the next few weeks (while I'm adjusting in THAILAND!!!) I'm going to tell you a bit about what I learned from the interviews I held over the past semester. I group-interviewed 4 missionary kids, and then I held personal interviews with 5 separate college-age missionary kids (MKs). Four of the… Continue reading Attitude of Gratitude
Can you name the speaker? Albus Percivel Wolfric Brian Dumbledore. Otherwise known as... that old guy from Harry Potter. One more thing you'll learn about me is that I LOVE Harry Potter. I know there are ethical issues with it among the Christian world, but to me, it's a great story with some powerful lessons… Continue reading Life above dreams