the ups and downs of an expat family.
Hi and thanks for visiting me over in Sweden today! I lived in China for three years back in the 80s where I was a volunteer teacher for VSO. Neither I nor my students ever took their shoes off, although we did use cloth slippers when indoors.
how long were you with vso? i am sure you met many amazing people. i am ever in awe of people who give of themselves in this way.
What an interesting post. I admire people like yourself who can assimilate into different cultures, making new connections and giving a good impression of the U.S.
Great post! What an interesting and beautiful experience you are giving your children! Citizens of the world!
Beth, thanks for the information. I particularly enjoyed the map of China showing where you lived. Hope to talk to you all soon.
No wonder my MIL freaked out when I tried to leave her friend's house through the back door, lol (we were in Brasil).
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