About Us

Us by the Seven Sisters near Seaford

Us by the Seven Sisters near Seaford


David, an acclaimed house-husband, is a recent Masters graduate from King’s College London where he studied for an MA in Environment & Development. He was King’s’ representative for the London Student Ambassador Programme. Occasionally, his thoughts spill over onto his other blog.


Faith, an avid rollerblader, is a U.S. Foreign Service Officer in the Economic Cone. She will be studying French and Haitian Creole until January 2015, and then be posted in Port-au-Prince Haiti.

The views and opinions expressed on this blog are our own and do not in any way reflect those of the U.S. Government or any of its agencies or officials.


10 responses to “About Us

  1. Hi Faith and David,

    David, I went to college with your Mom. I followed her link from FB to your blog and read with great interest. My family and I have just moved to Shanghai and I am also writing a blog. Would you mind if I linked my blog to yours? All of my readers are very interested in life in Shanghai and I think they would be equally interested to read about your adventures in Uganda.
    Marisa Newhouse

  2. Hi Faith, I just wanted to let you know that I think it’s SO cool you’re back in Africa:)!! I’ve really enjoyed reading your blog, which I found from facebook. Hope that’s not too creepy:) You’re a fantastic writer, as always. I’ll never forget the letter you sent all of us after we got back from Kilimanjaro; you wrote about running cross country races and encouraging total strangers as you were running alongside them. It seems you are still doing that:) May the unrelenting love of our Lord encourage you both on your journey.

    • Thanks Rachel! Super glad that we caught up virtually again and that you like the blog! That’s so funny about that letter I wrote after Kilimanjaro, I had totally forgotten about writing the letter and about cross country. Thanks for the reminder – it’s fun to think about all of those things now.

      We’d love to hear your comments to the blog at anytime!

  3. Hey Faith – WOW I didn’t know that you were even in Uganda – very cool. It was great to read your blog and get “caught up”. Our lives are busy with 5 boys – they keep us hopping. Have a great day. Your last post about going nuts when things aren’t how we think they should be happening is so true. Thanks for the reminder that when things like this happen I just need to stop and get a perspective on things.

  4. Dear David and Faith,
    I love your blog posts! You guys have great pictures and always something interesting to write about. I have a website called: http://www.knowlondon.co.uk, its a website for international students who want to do their further studies in London.

    Basically helps them out with everything and anything. I would love if you could take out the time to have a look at our website. And if you are interested, we can find a way to collaborate. You can contact me on tarana.shah@knowlondon.co.uk

    Warmest Wishes,

  5. Hey David,

    My name is Deondrae and I do online outreach for TopUniversities. We are currently looking for individuals with international student experience to guest blog for us. After visiting your website, I was wondering if you would be interested in guest blogging for us.

    TopUniversities is an online resource for students looking to study abroad. We provide tips, tricks and guides on study destinations as well as degree information. For those who are simply looking for schools within their country, we also provide rankings and guides based on city and/or university type. We’d also like to hear from students studying business & management, engineering, biological sciences, computer science, accounting & finance, medicine, law etc.

    Please let me know if you (or anyone you know) would be interested in blogging for us. If so, you can contact me here: Deondrae(at)QS.com.

    Looking forward to hearing from you.



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