I created this blog when I moved to Sweden to give myself a fresh space for thoughts about the transition.  Then I moved to Asia and started a new blog about my experience teaching and living in South Korea.

Upon my return, I wanted to start a new blog for grad school — more mind traveling than actual location changes — and I started mentally debating domains and templates.  But then I remembered how I had wanted this one to be semi-permanent, and I realized that I don’t need a new site every time I move.

So, welcome back!  The 2011 entries on here are mostly about Sweden, with a bit of Korea at the end.  2013-2014 will be written from Northampton, Massachusetts, where I will be studying Deaf Education at Smith College for a year.

Feel free to read, comment, and contribute videos/stories/ideas.  Or just read and disappear.  That’s cool too.

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  1. Hello, how are you?
    We have found your blog and think that it is really interesting!
    You know that FITUR 2014, the International Tourism Trade Fair, has launched its “TRAVEL BLOGGER 2014” Competition, which this year will extend its search for the best bloggers from amongst candidates on the American Continent and throughout the European Union.
    Those who are interested in taking part in the Competition can enter their candidacy between 4th and 26th November through the app integrated into the FITUR page, http://travelblogger.es/en/2014/ . In order to be able to pass through to the following stage, the blogger must obtain at least 50 votes through Facebook or Twitter throughout the same period.
    In order to take part, contestants simply need to be of adult age and possess legal residence in any country throughout the American Continent or the European Union (except for Spain, given that another series of initiatives has been reserved for Spanish bloggers that the trade fair will be announcing shortly).
    We are waiting for you!
    Have a nice day and smile more! 😉


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