I promised a “bio blog” about Ten… and who better to write it than Ten himself? Here’s what he has to say:
I’m not a man of many words, but Debby is making me write this (probably to assure you, her readers, that she is not traveling across the United States with a psychopath). Where to start? Well, I’m a recent Wheaton graduate who is hoping to pursue a career in film. I’ve lived in six countries prior to America and my family is currently in Tanzania, although they are gearing up for a move to Switzerland in July. Thailand, Croatia, Kenya, Macedonia, Switzerland, Tanzania, and America are the places I’ve called home. Why have I lived all over the world? My father works for the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) so I’ve had the privilege to travel with him as he constantly moves around the world. Seven countries in the past twenty-two years have given me some incredible experiences and memories and have taught me a lot of valuable lessons. Right now, I have no idea what the future will hold, but I’m super excited to see what lies around the corner. Debby and I have had some amazing adventures, and we aren’t even halfway there yet! Please, keep us in your thoughts and prayers as we head into the unknown and the next stretch of adventures. I’ll be posting from time to time if Debby will let me, but be on the lookout for video blogs made by yours truly!
As you can probably tell, that is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Ten’s history. Our car rides have been filled with tales of his experiences abroad. He has an incredibly adaptive nature and has been a pleasure to have along for this trip. I’ll be writing an “Interview with Ten” blog here pretty soon. Feel free to send in any questions you have for him!