A Single Mullet can Help the Children of Haiti

Children of Haiti Project Haircut

Three years ago I arrived to the Cayman Islands with very short hair. Ever since, I haven’t cut my hair. Month by month it has grown and grown and grown and my wife has grown tired of a husband with a “man bun” Well, these long blond curls need to hit the road and help […]

You Know You're Living in Grand Cayman When . . .

Stingray City, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

Fourteen simple ways to recognize that yes, you are living in Grand Cayman. #1 You go out for a simple swim and end up kissing a very large stingray on a nice little patch of sand. #2 The sports section’s lead story is a full-page pictorial of the island flag football league. #3 You affectionately […]

Eating Like a Supermodel

La Frite Belgian Bistro in San Antonio, Texas

Like clockwork, the American Council of Teachers of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) in an exotic locale every November. This year it just happened to be in the great state of Texas. Here are a few things that I took away from the trip. My school, Cayman International School, sent me and two colleagues to San Antonio. […]

The Super Bowl Shuffle

The Super Bowl Shuffle - Teaching Legend John White Poses for Photo with Super Bowl Winning Quarterback Jim McMahon

Just as Classy as the Super Bowl Shuffle, Jim McMahon and Friends Head to the Cayman Islands Instead parting knowledge specific to the Spanish language and culture, my 2nd period Spanish class went to the gym so we could chat with the likes of Jim McMahon and Grant Fuhr on topics such as his recent […]