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Nostalgia looks like…

… a green metal can. And tastes like it’s own unique choclatey goodness. 🙂

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Interesting MK Tidbit #85: The Shower

“Home is where you know how the shower works.” I saw that quote on some random Tumblr a while back and immediately thought Yes. This is so true, especially for Missionary Kids (MKs) while traveling on furlough/home leave. When driving across your … Continue reading

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Interesting MK Tidbit #53: Christmas is Different

I haven’t done an MK Tidbit post in a while, but I was thinking about how being an MK (Missionary Kid) or TCK (Third Culture Kid) can make Christmas quite different from what your tradition may be. So I assembled … Continue reading

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Missionary Kid things

You know you might be an MK (Missionary Kid) when… after finding your load of laundry still very damp from an apparently broken dryer (and having several years previously moved back to an area of your passport country where there … Continue reading

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Why they do what they do

My parents are with Wycliffe Bible Translators, which is how I had the privilege of growing up as a Missionary Kid, or MK. There are definite sacrifices involved in the missionary life, but there are some incredible benefits as well. One … Continue reading

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Ache

Last Tuesday I posted a list of some of the things that make an MK (Missionary Kid) unique. Some of them are a little serious, most make me smile, all are either parts of me or parts I can understand in other MKs. … Continue reading

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