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Making up for distance

Started by holliberri, May 09, 2011, 11:45:03 AM

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Thought this could apply to anyone: a GP with a GC far away, kids that couldn't make it home for Christmas, or perhaps a spouse deployed overseas...er, within reason, and all.  I'm not all about skyping for 2 hours every single Sunday...but I see where this would be such a good fit for our relationship with our in-laws if we could use it here and there and for brief moments. I feel like they'd be more incorporated into our lives that way.



That's great.  Also shows that grandparent aged people (cough, cough) aren't too far gone to be able to learn all this techo-gadgetity stuff!   ???
We must let go of the life we have planned, so as to accept the one that is waiting for us. -
Joseph Campbell


And GREAT grandparents (cough, cough) with GREAT grandchildren in COLLEGE!
Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible. Dalai Lama


In my defense, I just call the greats "GPs" too...so it was all inclusive! LOL.


That's what mine do, too. The "handle" is too long, otherwise!  ;D
Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible. Dalai Lama