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Elizabeth Evans
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Mom, Third Culture Kid, Librarian, Historian, Paralegal
Mom, Third Culture Kid, Librarian, Historian, Paralegal

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Midnight in Broad Daylight, by Pamela Rotner Sakamoto
I am still reeling from the power and the beauty of this book. I am hopeful that many of us have heard of Sulu from "Star Trek," George Takei's story about being a Nisei (second generation Japanese) in the US, and the internment of several hundred thousand ...

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Give Me A Sign
My husband always teases me about the fact that I use my
hands when I talk.   A lot.   It’s almost as if I use a variety of
American Sign Language to communicate.   I’ve always done it, and been teased about it.   I will say that my husband doesn’t tease me...

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Well what do you know … a blog entry!   Working full time has unfortunately
caused my little Third Culture blog to take a back seat.   Working at a public library has been
everything I expected it to be; every day is a new day, variety is the name of
the ga...

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Elizabeth Evans commented on a post on Blogger.
When I was little my mom was afraid to fly.  When we moved to Japan in 1965, we always took a freighter across the Pacific.  8 days of boredom!  I recently found a menu from one of our trips, signed by the crew and the other passengers (there were only about 8 total).  It's really amazing!  I'll scan it for you when I get home from work. 

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A Weekend at Subic Bay
Sometimes it’s hard to do
my job.  Every day I am faced with a large cart of books that need to be cataloged,
and too often I end up thumbing through one that catches my eye.  I’m
transported from my little cubicle in Technical Services to worlds that I can...

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A Weekend at Subic Bay
Sometimes it’s hard to do
my job.  Every day I am faced with a large cart of books that need to be cataloged,
and too often I end up thumbing through one that catches my eye.  I’m
transported from my little cubicle in Technical Services to worlds that I can...

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There's No Place Like ...
Schmoozing with the captain.  (Not Capt. Steubing). Lessons learned from a European cruise (that are totally
incidental and not applicable to the American tourist as a whole, lest I be
accused of generalizing too much): Some Americans don’t like to be in fo...

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