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Monday Morning Emails: Six months, twelve countries, a thousand thoughts - two mothers share the journey of living a global life

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A continent apart, Jo and Terry Anne made the commitment to email each other every Monday morning for six months. Part memoir, part diary, part self-help, the result is a vulnerable and insightful recollection – the then and now – of expatriate life between two friends. Over the past twenty-five years, the authors have created homes for their families in 12 countries from ...more
Kindle Edition, 332 pages
Published February 13th 2018 by Summertime Publishing
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When this book first made its way into my hands, I was curious as to how relatable the content would be to me, neither a mother nor living an 'expatriate' life. But the email correspondence, which was a nod to the dying art of letter writing, and the complete candidness and honesty of both authors, made it a genuinely touching and relatable read. The book has not only ignited conversations with my parents about our family's immigration experience, but the expert section has also become a source ...more
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