Playing Catch-up

A road trip beginning at 4am will take us to another family wedding. This time my nephew Tim is marrying his lovely Kim – a soul-mate he met while in the Peace Corps stationed in the Dominican Republic. While the Peace Corps is life-changing for most, for Tim & Kim it held the added bonus of friendship that grew into love.  They will get married in South Haven, Michigan, a place described as a “Michigan Beachtown that “cannot be fully appreciated just by reading about it!”

It is another event where large family mixes, new in-laws joining old out-laws and a million cousins of all ages, sizes, and personalities. I have no doubt it will be amazing.

While away I’m inviting readers to play catch-up. When I began blogging in January of this year my personal goal was to blog daily. The idea was simple. If I blogged daily, it meant I would discipline myself to write daily. I knew in doing so that reader fatigue was possible and I have great respect and gratitude to those who read, so the next 4 days is a chance to catch up on posts you may have missed. Below are a couple of suggestions.  Enjoy!

If you’re interested in Pakistan and haven’t had a chance to read about flood relief – take a look at this series. The posts are written by both myself and Carol Brown.

Interested in Egypt’s revolution and the Arab spring? Take a look at a personal account from my daughter as recounted to me. In Annie’s Words is the title of the post. If you find this interests you, follow the links to other posts on Egypt.

I’ve written a bit about perceptions, primarily looking through my lens of living as a third culture kid. Take a look if you’re interested and I’d love to hear feedback. Challenging Assumptions is a good place to start.

And last, both identity and airports are topics I love. In Identity Theft & Airport Eyes I cover both of those.

Thanks for reading and I’ll be back next week.

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