The Honey Badger Vacation

No, we did not see a real honey badger (Honig Dachs for my German readers) when we escaped to a much needed tropical vacation last week. Continue reading “The Honey Badger Vacation”


Veterans Day

Since we moved to Mongolia, we have been taking an active effort in teaching the kids about the U.S. and its history. After all, the U.S. is our “home” country and although only one-fourth of our family was actually born there, all of us own the same blue passport and we all – more or less (and very much depending on the day for our kids) – identify as Americans. So it’s only natural for the kids to learn about their “home” country while we explore the steppes of Asia. You know, so they don’t get Chinggis Khan and George Washington mixed up all that often (there are similarities you know, for starters they both rode horses and were kind of a big deal…).  Continue reading “Veterans Day”