I am honoured to be nominated by Tribal Mystic for The Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award. Tribal Mystic’s blog continues to amaze and interest me in reading stories about Papua New Guinea, her childhood and her memoir. But wait there’s more!
As my children were teenagers, I had more time to banish my lonely migrant symptoms by seeking social interactions with other adults.
I joined a mixed group. I remember that I felt so safe and welcomed with the group leader’s friendly manner. But wait there’s more!
I thought that I would see justice served and be commended for my honest, righteous conduct. However I was the one who was punished for my action! But wait there’s more!
Fear was etched on their faces and showed in their voices! Shame kept them in isolation until I connected them with others in the same boat, including myself! They’d been identified as But wait there’s more!