Being the Debtor (via Leap from the Lion’s Head)

This is reposted from Wes’ blog. These are the kinds of things we’ve both struggled with regarding our upcoming trip. I’m a little envious at how well the hubster expresses these thoughts, since I’ve had a hard time putting everything into words lately.

In other news, some of our auction items are ending today; please check ’em out!

You can also purchase items from our Etsy store to support our trip!

Thanks!

As I ponder the notion of traveling across the world to “teach,” the thoughts inevitably arise of what exactly I will be able to teach.  Other than the specific studies which I am assigned, what do I know that I can impart to my students?  What can I do to enrich the lives of the people I will be around?  What have I learned in my 29 years in America’s heartland that they may not know in a small village in American Samoa? Honestly, I don’t know, … Read More

via Leap from the Lion’s Head

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About Cat Q.

For three years, I lived on a tiny little island in the South Pacific called Ta'u, where I taught elementary and high school English. Much of this blog is a chronicle of my time there, and of the travels we were able to do while we were on that side of the world. Now, I'm doing a different kind of travelling in the suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia. I graduated with a B.A. in English and a history minor from Kennesaw State University in 2010, and earned an advanced certificate in TEFL while teaching abroad in 2012. I love Jesus and enjoy knitting, Atlanta Falcons football, and spending time alone with my Kindle. I've been married for 10 years to a beautiful bearded man who makes me laugh like no other. The Beard occasionally blogs over here: http://www.leapfromthelionshead.wordpress.com
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