Frankford Township Elementary school is where we began. I moved here in the 3rd grade (1993) and met Lindsay shortly after. As you can tell we’ve been inseparable ever since. My brother in law, Jacob, is as of today 12 years old and is a student in Ms Guida’s 6th grade class. The two called and […]Read more
Leaving Baan Dada was hard but we were ready in a way. It has become a home to us and we could easily spend more time here but there is still so much to see in Southeast Asia. We spent the morning getting our stuff together and squeezed in one last meal. Everyone joined together […]Read more "Leaving Baan Dada"
A few weeks ago, we were approached by “She-Explores”, as many of you remember we were featured on their website http://www.she-explores.com a year ago. The founder of Uproute, a new travel community platform, saw our profile on “She-Explores”and felt a connection because he takes Sriracha on every road trip too! They thought we would be a perfect […]Read more "Uproute Blog Feature"
Being “stuck” in a place (home in this case) longer than expected has its ups and downs. The obvious negative is that the Gypsy Givers are on opposite sides of the country, but the positive factor is more time to help those in our local community. NYC was our home for over 10 years prior to embarking […]Read more "Gypsies Care"
These Redwood trees are a GIANT help to their community. Their roots intertwine as they hold hands underground to withstand all types of weather. It doesn’t take much for you to make a GIANT impact on your community as well. Here are a few tips on finding volunteer opportunities in your area. 1. Ask yourself […]Read more "Tips on Finding Volunteer Opportunities in Your Area"