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January 28, 2004

Life in Kyiv

So much of life here is different from anywhere I grew up. One of my purposes in starting to blog was to have a place where I have all the little stories about life collected in one place, for later years and especially for the boys.

Today I came across Notes from Kiev, which are the collected impressions of a former Peace Corps worker. His blog tends to focus on anecdotal economic indicators, and reflects some of the thoughts I've had.

I never read the Business section of the newspaper when we lived in the States, but it is the first section I turn to in the English-language Kyiv Post.

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Okay. So how is it different? I know it is. I've been there and I'm dying to hear about it. I'm a regular reader of your blog - feed me!
-Jim.

Posted by: JD Mays at January 29, 2004 05:40 PM

Will do. . . Little by little. *Grin*

You've been to Kyiv? Or Eastern Europe?

Posted by: TulipGirl at January 30, 2004 02:03 AM


 
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