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A Visit To Maidan

At the end of last week, Sasha and I drove Rob Hindman and the family dog, Kona, to the airport in Kiev. The Hindmans made the difficult decision several months ago not to return to Ukraine, but it was only until mid-October that Rob was able to come and sort through their things. In twelve…

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Four Years Old

Caleb Nelson was born just five months before Katie and I moved to Ukraine, and has since played a very prominent role in our lives. We’ve enjoyed watching him grow and experience life. We’ve loved watching him learn and observing his personality develop. He’s a smart kid, and has a gift at endearing himself to…

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A Helpful Way To Read Long Articles Online

I spend a lot of time online reading. The internet is my newspaper, my library, and almost all my study tools. Because of this, I come across many articles that are either full of obnoxious ads, or were created in the 1990s and, well, look like they were. They’re not easy on the eyes when trying to read long text and on wide monitors, it can be difficult to read across such long lines of text.

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Now Available In Print

I am very happy to announce that my book, Red, White, Blue and Yellow is now available in print. Even though I’m not entirely sure why anyone would really want it in print (seeing as how it’s available as a free download and everything), it’s still fun to have.

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