Sometimes spending time with the children means dragging them along to campus events (they actually love all the attention they get from the university students, she said.) Sometimes it means dropping by to visit Dad in his office. But most times, Matt Holland just turns off the phone.
"They're only little once, I know that and Matt knows that," Paige Holland said. "We just don't ever want to look back with regrets."
When Matt Holland walks into the home he shares with his family — located on campus just a 10-minute walk from his office — toward the tail end of a long day, he's all business from the well-tended part in his hair to the shine on his shoes. Until, that is, he spots Paige Holland, sitting, waiting for him in the front room. He sweeps over, kisses her on the cheek and laces his fingers through hers. Now, it appears, he's no longer a university president. He's just a regular guy — a guy who loves his wife and Utah Valley.
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