Last month, I visited England for a wedding. I was there less than a week. Because of the nature in which I left England 4 years ago, I wasn’t sure what feelings would come up for me. England was my 2nd home. I’d begun building some semblance of a life there – building my career, […]Read More Jolly good time – (2nd) home sweet home.
2015 was a big travel year for me. 2016… not so much. So far, I have only 2 weekend trips planned, and that may very well be the extent of my travels this year. (My friend is getting married in England so if that happens this year, that’ll be another trip.) I’m back on my own, […]Read More Slow day (more like slow year).
Happy 2016. It has been way too long. Life happens.
Last year was eventful, in good and bad ways. Let’s see, where to begin…Read More A very late Happy 2016.
Originally posted on 4 Deep Around The World:
If you follow the journey of 4 Deep Around the World, you know I’m a huge advocate of international travel. I constantly promote taking advantage of every opportunity to see the world. World travel is the new “it” thing that’s taking the world by storm. This is evident by…
As a repatriate, some of the points in this article hit home…Read More Wall Street Journal article: Repatriation blues.
Dubai was never on my list of places to travel, but since I had the opportunity to go, I wasn’t going to pass it up while visiting the United Arab Emirates.Read More United Arab Emirates – Dubai in 36 hours or less.
This is a New York Times opinion piece making the case for more Black Americans to consider expatriation.Read More Opinion piece – The Next Great Migration.
February is Black History Month in the United States. Check out these photos of enslaved blacks freed by the 13th Amendment. AdvertisementsRead More These never-before-seen portraits of former enslaved blacks will move you
Originally posted on D'NALI:
I don’t have to go over in detail what 2014 was for me; if you’ve read this blog, even occasionally, you’ll know that 2014 kicked my “youknowwhat”. Although I’m coming to terms with the facts that — even in difficult moments, God is present and that every experience is an…
Who forces time is pushed back by time; who yields to time finds time on his side. –The Talmud (NOTE: this is a long one, with a bit of cursing, disclosure, no punches pulled, and vulnerability. Don’t like any of that? Don’t bother reading any further.) NEW #MustRead #blog post: Then and now. #postaweek #expatriate […]Read More Then and now.