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I did what I was taught by my upline, I did the three foot rule. I would be friendly, always make sure I looked decent and my kids were clean even if it’s just a trip to the store a few blocks away. Sometimes we would even walk just in case I met up with any neighbors… or strangers (I’d talk to anyone).
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