She knows how to travel...
While I've been busy working on the e-book, Moving to Myanmar, that will be available in April, I came across this great new video about Third Culture Kids.
It's called "So Where's Home? A Film About Third Culture Kid Identity" by Adrian Bautista. It's only about nine minutes long, so I hope you get the chance to watch it. If you're in Yangon, I know it might be hard to find a good enough internet connection to watch it.
There's a part where one of the third culture kids says she thinks it's "ridiculous" how at home she feels in an airport and that probably many tck (third culture kids) feel similarly. I've realized that F, even only at age six, is quite competent getting around in the airport and doesn't seem stressed about it.
The first time she flew on a plane, she was only a few months old. In under a year, she's been on at least 16 flights. By the time August rolls around, she'll add at minimum six more flights to that list. No wonder she was appalled by Junie B's behavior on her first flight.(Junie B. is a fictional character in a chapter book series.)
What did you think of the video?