- Facts:Married with 5 Kids.Public Health Nurse.
- Loves:God.family.Middle East.Pakistan.my passport.curry.travel
- Passions: communication.truth.living cross-culturally
- Desires: To know God.love people.make a difference
From Boston to Pakistan and many points in between, this third culture kid blogs about life, faith, travel, third culture kid peculiarities, cross-cultural communication, Pakistan, the Middle East and more. With a love of people, books, film, and the world, she invites others to join in the conversation.
Communicating Across Boundaries is about learning to express views on culture, faith, values, beliefs, and more in order to arrive at points of understanding . This blog is one of millions of blogs available on the internet. My hope is that it will be of interest to many and serve as a voice for Readers as well as Authors. That it will become an “interchange of thoughts and feelings through writing that takes us to, and across the outer limits”.
com·mu·ni·cate [kuh-myoo-ni-keyt] –verb to give or interchange thoughts, feelings, information, or the like, by writing or speaking; bound·a·ry [boun-duh-ree, -dree] –noun, plural -ries something that indicates bounds or limits; outer limits
The creator of this blog respects, appreciates, and wants honest dialogue.
The author was born in Massachusetts in a small town called Winchendon, known for it’s famous Toy Factory. At 3-months of age she was packed up with diapers and dollies and taken on a 6-week ocean journey to the country of Pakistan. Pakistan became her adopted home and she had less and less in common with her passport country. She moved to the United States after graduation from high-school and became a Registered Nurse. She was fortunate to marry her soul-mate and they embarked on a life of adventure and surprise which has continued through 5 kids, 3 continents and many houses. Her international experience includes growing up in Pakistan, working as a nurse in Pakistan, raising a family for 3 years in Pakistan and 7 years in Egypt, numerous medical missions trips to various countries – (the latest in October 2010 to Pakistan to participate in Medical flood relief) and a host of other just plain fun trips all over the world.
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