Kathleen Gamble, author of Expat Alien talks about her adventures on Thirdeyemom.
‘I am what you might call a “reverse” expat. I was born in Burma and lived almost my entire life outside my passport country until it was time to be sent off to college. My father worked in international agriculture and we lived in Mexico, Colombia, and Nigeria. I went to boarding school in Texas and Switzerland. We weren’t expats because my parents were looking for a better job or because they wanted a change. They really believed in what they were doing and hoped they could have an influence on making the world a better place. After they had been at it a few years they realized they weren’t going to change the world but their philosophy was if they could help just one person to have a better life, it was worth the trouble.’