Here are photos from our long, slow journey back to Tunis! STEP 1: Rent a car & drive to Chicago [Monday, September 14] STEP 2: get tested for COVID-19 [Tuesday, September 15] STEP 3: Wait for results [Wednesday, September 16] STEP 4: Check-in at O’Hare & fly to Paris (note the empty check-in hall; it […]Read More The Journey Back to Tunisia
Many of the expats living and working in Tunisia employ a language acquisition model known as the Growing Participator Approach, or GPA for short. It is a highly interactive model and seeks to emulate the natural process children use when learning their native language. Below is a brief video of Shana’s “nurturer” conducting a session […]Read More A window into language learning
These are some pictures from our Tunisia trip in March. And yes, even Covid made an appearance. 🥴Read More March Tunis Trip
To mark the end of our first year of marriage here are a few pictures from the wedding! August 10, 2019Read More For those who could not attend
Back in the fall, before the pandemic took hold, we found some things to keep us busy and help life feel more normal during this transitional year. For Shana, it meant subbing at the local charter school. While subbing does not afford the same level of involvement that teaching does, she enjoyed remaining connected to […]Read More Micro Greens & Subbing (Pre-Coronavirus)
Welcome! Back in 2009, I started a photo blog documenting my time in China. It was called “A Few Thousand Words A Week.” The idea was to post a few pictures every week and let them speak for themselves. That’s not really how it shook down, but the blog is still out there somewhere, lingering […]Read More Back to blogging!