Monthly Archives: April 2014
We are delighted to announce that Becky Grappo has joined the project as our FOURTH sponsor. Becky and Michelle run a superb consultancy helping families worldwide to make the right education choices for their children. They are going to fund … Continue reading
It was while I was at FIGT this year that I met Dina Amouzigh. She is a global nomad interested in issues of cross-cultural communication and in cross-cultural consulting. You can learn more about her here: http://www.linkedin.com/in/dinaamouzigh/ Dina will be … Continue reading
I am overjoyed. Our second sponsor in a little over a week has popped up in my inbox. Thank you, THANK YOU, to Julia Simens, author of Emotional Resilience and the Expat Child at Jsimens.com. Julia has generously agreed to … Continue reading
This piece came from a 13-year-old, whose parents are from New Zealand but who grew up in China… There is a story my mother loves to tell. I don’t know why she likes to tell it because it makes her … Continue reading
And here, below, is an entry from our youngest contributor, a four-and-a-half-year-old with British Canadian parents living in Singapore. It is poignantly called… Dragon with Airplane
Today, we are delighted to announce that we have found our SECOND SPONSOR for the project. Peggy Love has generously agreed to pay the cost of printing and posting copies to the 100 lucky contributors. Thank you SO much, Peggy.