Stranger to Stranger: Anna Kenny

Denmark - Copenhagen

Had I more time, I’d probably write about familiarity. How familiar we are with each other, stranger to stranger, and even more so at Christmas. Or maybe just as much, but with an extra element.

I’ll miss a lot of things this Christmas, but will try to look forward to making up for lost time as soon as possible.

 

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