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“Dude, Do You Speak American?”

And other interesting moments in ex-pat living

Why do we announce our American presence when we travel? Pexels

I sat in the corner of a darkened bar in Amsterdam. I had a view of Leidsplein Square through the glass wall behind me. I gazed out at the goings on of the city in-between penning postcards home. I hadn’t set foot in the States in almost a year, and while I felt decidedly broadened and European, I was beginning to miss home.

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Sarah Paris

Sarah Paris

Author of Signs My Toddler Has a Drinking Problem (humor collection).Freelance writer of all things. Fiction is my heartbeat. Believer. Adventurer. Semi- funny.

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