Calling For Missed Connections
LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST:
And now we're asking for your help. There are times when we can connect with someone surprisingly deeply and never see them again. Our ongoing series Missed Connections is about those relationships.
UNIDENTIFIED PERSON: We never said goodbye. I know that she always meant something to me because I looked at my scrapbook, and I wrote next to Beth, one of the best.
GARCIA-NAVARRO: We want to help you find your missed connection, someone who touched your life and then went away. For example, do you have a family member or friend that you are no longer in touch with because of politics, religion or a personal decision? Do you want to reconnect with someone who you want to apologize to? If you have a unique story, tell us at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave us a voicemail at 202-216-9217. And we may reach out to you and share it on the air.
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