The Childhood of an American Kid in Ireland (Ep.30) [Re-run]

Childhood of an American Kid in Ireland

Life is all about ups and downs. You’ll need to face challenges on a daily schedule and more often than not, you’ll find yourself in need of some extra strength to be successful in whatever you’re doing. For some of us, that strength comes from within our family, the place where we always feel like home.

We need to admit that our family plays an extremely role in our lives.

Starting from childhood, we seek role models and want to be near strong characters that end up defining who we will become as an adult. Family and childhood are extremely important because they allow you to see your surroundings with different eyes and probably feel a lot more protected.

The story behind our 30th Bitesize Irish Gaelic podcast episode is one that involves Irish heritage, family and childhood far away from the place you live but somehow close enough to something you can call home. In this rebroadcast you can listen to Eoin from Bitesize talking to Michael Carragher, the president of the Irish Family History Forum about Michael’s childhood and travels to Ireland.

This is a re-run of the 30th Bitesize Irish Gaelic podcast episode in the English language.

Please comment on the original episode.

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