How I connect with my brother at college.

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With another semester of college studies around the corner, today we have a guest post from Kenna on how she connects with her brother 5+ hours away at college.  Thanks for sharing, Kenna! ❤

Q: What is something you’re thankful for about your brother?

A: He’s a kind person and someone that I can look up to.

Q: What are some of your favorite things to do together when you’re both in town?

A: We actually went to Plato’s Closet one break and Scheels another break…so I guess maybe shopping. 😉

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Kenna’s brother, Griffin, is actually the outnumbered one, with 3 sisters!
Q: What are some practical ways girls can keep in touch with their brothers?  Do you use social media, etc?

A: I don’t talk to Griffin a whole bunch, but the main 2 ways I use are texting and Snapchat. (Madison, Griffin, and I have a group together on Snapchat.) And also as a family we’ll FaceTime him occasionally. 🙂

Q: What’s a cool thing about having a brother in college?  A tough/challenging thing?

A: I’ve gotten to go visit! But I don’t have a big brother around every day anymore. Basketball season was a lot different too because last year I would play my game and then get to watch him play – I got used to it, it’s just different. 🙂

Q: Anything else you’d like to share?

A: I love having a big brother!!

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Do you have a brother who lives far away?
What tips do you have for keeping in touch + encouraging one another?
Please share in the comment box!

 

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Kenna is a firecracker of creativity and giggles as she blesses others with her basketball/volleyball skills, violin music, and leadership of a summer discipleship group for the younger girls in her chapel. 

 

 

 

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