Every TCK is an expert traveler!
You just have to sit in on a conversation among them when the subject of travel comes up.
In a few days our country will celebrate its birthday. Since my circle of American friends is pretty small, here is how I have decided to celebrate the 4th this year.
Of course it will start with cooking outside on our tiny little grill. It will include red/white/blue decorations. And that would end it there since we can’t do fireworks – we really can’t sing God Bless America (because we can’t sing) – and getting together with family is a dream. Continue reading
I love TCKs. I have talked to many of them about their lives as TCKs. I have ideas, suggestions, etc. But there is nothing that compares to hearing yourself from the source.
So I asked several adult TCKs a question: What helped you the most in your return to the States for college? I will be posting their answers. If you are a parent of a TCK, listen to these adults and their responses. — Bonnie
Lilly said to me, “I don’t know why you are disappointed, Mama. You knew you would never see those people again.” Continue reading
American holidays. Keep them. Why? Because you are an American. It is a good thing to teach your children about American culture, which is also often Christian culture. Celebrate these holidays even (especially) in a foreign land.