Today I Think About My Ukrainian Grandfather and What He Would Have Thought of This War

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Lately, I have been thinking about my Ukrainian heritage. I am 1/4 Ukrainian from my grandfather. He passed away in 1992 but I have been thinking about him for the last few months. He was like a dad to me. He was calm while my dad had a fiery temper.

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