Ukraine on the brain

Photos of camp above My wife and I went to Ukraine in August and came back different people. I mean, we're still Paul and Kimberly and if you recognized us before, you probably still do today. But inside, we've changed. We won't fully realize the impact of the changes upon our lives for a while yet,... Continue Reading →

Bragging on your kids (in Ireland?)

So, where is the line demarcating being proud of your kids' accomplishments and becoming an annoying braggart about them? I helped explore that subject on Irish radio recently on a show called Lunchtime Live with host, Dr. Ciara Kelly, on Newstalk 106-108FM. (Although in Ireland, they don't call them "hosts," they call them "presenters." I was asked to go... Continue Reading →

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