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Two educators from Portland Oregon who love to travel.
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  • Inside shoes 3 weeks ago While we often go barefoot around the house, sometimes we wear our shoes. Tegan's first statement is always "mom, why do you have your outside shoes on inside"? At school, with her didi (nanny), at playgroups, she is surrounded by people who have a separate pair of shoes only for wearing inside....
  • Back in Kathmandu 2 months ago After a summer back in America we have returned to Kathmandu for our 4th school year.If you are thinking "they went back after the earthquake?!", you aren't the only one. We got asked a number of times if we were going to stay in the states (though, to be honest, we get that question every time we...
  • Staying well 5 months ago Living overseas is a rotation of leaving people or being left behind. It's emotionally taxing, though the goodbyes become so regular that we often forget to leave, and stay, well. Pollock wrote about building your "RAFT", to start your new adventure without bringing a bunch of baggage with you (pun...
  • Bubbles 5 months ago After a big shake last Tuesday, in which we evacuated school and took a day off for buildings to be reinspected, things have calmed down.  There are still aftershocks here and there, though it's getting to the point that sometimes people feel them, sometimes they don't.In our community nerves are...
  • Saturday April 25th, 2015: A week later 5 months ago We must be creatures of habit. Minutes ago Jeremiah left the house to go to school, I have just put Liam down for a nap upstairs in his crib, and Tegan and I are hanging out downstairs. Exactly what we were doing this time last week. Until about noon, that is, when the ground started shaking. ...

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Molly Jo Stark
18:21 PM November 05, 2012

I love reading this blog. I am not in Nepal and doubt I ever will be, but they give just enough to intrigue me and not bore or annoy me. I have also emailed with questions and have gotten very quick and personal responses from them that I doubt receive from other bloggers. I plan on lots of travel in my future and this blog excites me beyond words.

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