About Me

A military brat and Third Culture Kid, I experienced wanderlust at a young age. Luckily, I married a great guy who was willing to drop everything and hit the road. This is our 15th year teaching and travelling overseas – four years in Istanbul, Turkey; four years in Shanghai, China; two years in Vientiane, Laos; five years in New Delhi, India; and for now, we call Santiago, Chile, our home.

3 thoughts on “About Me”

  1. I love reading your blog about your travels and teaching! It is something that I have always wanted to do myself. I am currently working on my graduate degree in the states and am hoping to reach out to an international teacher. One of my final assignments is to interview an international teacher about aspects of global learning. I would greatly appreciate the opportunity to send you a few questions if you would be willing.
    Thank you,


  2. Sharon!!!!!

    It’s Sonia here, Tina’s daughter! I am finally teaching English in Vietnam but I have some questions I wanted to ask you if that’s ok…..please contact me! Love reading your blog—it’s been a huge inspiration to me while I have been making the moved to teach abroad!

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