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Author Archives: Nathaniel Missildine
Everything you wanted to know about this year’s French presidential hopefuls but were afraid to pronounce. Continue reading
What happens when your absentee vote is not enough to prevent the worst-case scenario? What happens if you try to return home?
An American expat in France on the Paris attacks of 13 November 2015.
AS ADULTS, IT’S helpful to be reminded at regular intervals that we know almost nothing. My latest ineptitude prompt came as I faced—again, and in a foreign language—questions like these: You are approaching a blind curve on a two-lane road. Do … Continue reading
Nathaniel Missildine tries to see through the fog of his daughter’s indecipherable texts, chaotic world events, and whatever might be up ahead.
Nathaniel Missildine shows how to manage the soaring highs and crashing lows of foreign travel
It’s as easy as one two three. Only you’re not supposed to number the list.