Culture Shock

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Culture Shock
Environmental Education volunteer with the Peace Corps in Peru from September 16th, 2010 through November 27, 2012
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  • One of Those Moments 1 month ago I told your mommy it was one of the highlights of my life so far.When you asked if we could kiss between each bar of your crib,me on my side, you on yours.I didn't think you'd have the patience to accomplish your goal.You squeezed your head into the small space as hard as you could. Then you...
  • Do It Yourself 3 months ago One of the things I've learned about myself recently is that I love finding things in everyday life that lead me to contemplation but ultimately point right back to everyday life. Like most people, I like to escape. But I don't simply escape for the sake of leaving. For me, the attractive part of...
  • Renewal, Freedom and Fish 3 months ago The fish my son received for his birthday is only free if it's in water, if it has food to eat, and if it eats the food it's given. "Greenlighty", the name our oldest son gave his new fish, died three days after it arrived to our house. Enoh wasn't devastated though. The fact that Greenlighty...
  • When Culture Shock Sleeps in Your Bed 5 months ago We almost forgot. The Jurassic age that had arrived last week had disappeared over the weekend. We no longer had any expectations on Monday morning. So when we came into the living room to get ready for pre-school we were surprised to find our prehistoric friends very comfortable.We were still in a...
  • When Culture Shock Comes to Your Home 6 months ago One of the things about culture shock is that you expect to experience it to some extent when you move to another country. ┬áNew faces, different mentalities and foreign behaviors are all things you're ready to be confronted by when mingling with a new culture. And even though it's sometimes... Featured Expat Blog Badge:

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Des Johnston
17:49 PM October 03, 2013

Came upon this site and blog, stumbling along. Hope I can find it again. It is more meaningful than anything I expected. I'm hoping Jeremy and his family are doing well.

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