Month: June 2015

The Kiss

I was outside of Spanish class, waiting patiently for my teacher. I looked around, I didn’t see any familiar faces, after all, I had only been there for 2 weeks, absolutely nothing looked familiar. Then I saw him, Patrick, he walked swiftly down the hall, I caught his gaze, I smiled, happy to see someone familiar. …

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Bollywood star

When you travel, you tend to somehow get caught in the oddest of odd situations. One Saturday, we packed up very early to head to a golf resort, it was one of the few perks my Father got as an Ambassador, he received free membership, which meant on my Father’s salary, we could actually go …

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Life Mantra

There have been many sayings and quotes that have been stuck in my head over the years, but non seem to ring truer than this one: Many times as a Diplomatic kid, I thought I was being rejected, whether it be from a situation, a play, moving or not making a sports team. It is …

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Doors

Ever since I was a kid, doors have been a slight obsession for me. There is something so beautiful, mysterious, and incredible about the outside, and usually a really good story on the inside. This is absolutely stunning, I even tried looking for it in Burano Italy Via   This is a view I wouldn’t mind …

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Anger

Some of us who have grown up in this strange Diplomatic world have held onto ANGER. Diplomatic kids know that everyone is watching them, you might find this odd, but think about kids who are famous, they have everything documented by photos, Diplomatic kids have everything documented with hushed whispers and years of gossip. Hushed …

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Kids are resilient

Yeah, that is my least favourite excuse parents or adults make. After every move, Diplomats will cryptically discuss their kids and the difficulties they have adjusting to their new surroundings, each parent will then nod and say “Don’t worry, kids are resilient.” As a kid who not only heard this line, but also bought into …

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