Luke & Wendy: A TCK Love Story

Wendy and Luke - A TCK Love Story

Preface This is the story of two Third Culture Kids (TCKs) and childhood friends who met in fifth grade and how they got married 15 years later, All information in the following is from a non-rehearsed retelling of our story, kindly transcribed by dear friend and master typer, Megan Greeley. We did this before our […]

Seraphina & Xano – A TCK Love Story

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Preface I’ve never been much of a romantic. I wasn’t the girl who dreamed of her wedding day. I didn’t have TV crushes or even that many boys in my life that I wanted to date. In my early twenties, the last thing on my mind was to get into a serious relationship. One year, […]

Do Your Own Camino

Do Your Own Camino

Preface The Camino de Santiago is a set of pilgrimages leading to the burial place of the apostle Saint James. St James is said to be buried in the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia in Northwestern Spain. In English the Camino is also known as “the Way of St. James.” It’s a journey […]

Reflections on Art & Faith

Sharon Ko TCK Artist

When and how did you begin to make art? I started making art when I was very little. I never remember not creating art. It came naturally to me to process and express myself through art. I also did a lot of music growing up so that was another element I am very grateful for. […]

Peaking into the life of an adopted TCK

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My name is Jessica. I am a Third Culture Kid from Western Europe. I currently live in Tennessee and work at a local private school as the Receptionist, Student Health Assistant, and Communications Assistant. Over the past year, I feel like my city in Tennessee has actually become my home, which is a very odd […]

A Letter to Home

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Hey there, I’ve sat down to write you this letter so many times and it just hadn’t felt right. A lot of my heart is going to be poured out, I hope this blesses or encourages you in some way and at the very least, shed some light on the complexity that I call my […]