Connecting Long Distance

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Even when there is a long distance between you and your loved ones (a whole continent) I have found a way to stay nicely connected. My two granddaughters and I have been exchanging reading material. I read what they are currently interested in and they have looked into what has excited me. So I read Paper Town by John Green (Sophie’s choice). Really liked it and found it profound in many ways. Now I will get Our Time by Ernest Hemingway (Emma’s pick). They also have shown interest in what I have been studying so Emma has gotten to know Paul Robeson, the subject of a recent presentation at my Hofstra group (PEIR). I love this connection.

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