Archive for July, 2012

Mad World

Posted: 30th July 2012 by admin in Uncategorized

Thank you Marina Sofia for letting me share your poem “Who am I?” on this blog. The words touched my heart. I am so glad that there are people like Marina writing stories and poems about the feelings and challenges of third culture kids. You can follow Marina on twitter too @MarinaSofia8. Now it’s over […]

Vacation Time

Posted: 23rd July 2012 by admin in Uncategorized

The hardest part about being all grows up and working. Is the standard time off for vacations. Not to be greedy, but I really feel like we all need a month off. 

Don’t Be So Wry, Sir.

Posted: 20th July 2012 by admin in Uncategorized

I Admit It – It Has Been Tough

Posted: 19th July 2012 by admin in Uncategorized

Originally taken from my blog at This is a warning to all those who click on the the link to this post and those who click on the link that leads to more: twenty-eight years of lies, anger, hatred, self-loathing, loneliness, despair, and more lay ahead. If you are easily offended, do not read […]

So Many Global Stories Waiting to be told

Posted: 7th July 2012 by admin in Uncategorized

Plato “Those who tell stories rule society.   Check my DrieCulturen blog for this new post

Originally taken from When I first discovered the term “Third Culture Kid”, I didn’t immediately say “Oh! Now I know what I am! I’m not crazy!”, my first reaction was “Am I really a TCK?” After wondering and wandering through cultures and continents, the answer is a resounding yes at this point, but it’s […]


Posted: 3rd July 2012 by admin in Uncategorized

I was surprised when I saw the latest “Kimmy Came Alive Show” A show that has a comedian sit behind a desk and interview Vocal artists, celebrities and such…so this time he interviewed Katy Perry. WOW, I was shocked. Her parents were(are) traveling pentecostal? preachers. She wasn’t allowed to watch the smurffs, had to sing […]