At age 94, widow builds pool to gather neighbors and not be alone
Solitude is a feeling that can cause emptiness and isolation, negatively affecting a person's life. Keith Davidson is a retired judge of 94 years who lives alone in Minnesota, the United States. In 2016, after the death of his wife, the old man began to feel very lonely, so he decided to create a plan to change that.
For that reason, he decided to build a pool built in his yard to bring the whole neighborhood into his house so he could have the house always full. The pool, measuring 4.9 meters by 9.8 meters, was installed in early 2017, but the man kept it a secret until July of this year, when the American summer vacation began. and everyone loved the novelty, since the city does not have any outdoor public swimming pool. Keith has three grown children, but still no grandson. In an interview with local TV Kare 11, the retiree said he prefers to leave to enter the water after the children go to their homes and ensures that he is very happy to see the neighborhood having fun every afternoon in his home. , neighbor Jessica Hueber said she takes her four kids regularly to the pool and so she became close to Keith. "You practically adopted all the children in the neighborhood and they became your grandchildren," he told the neighbor during the recording. Check out the story:
Widow of 94 years builds pool to gather neighbors and not be alone
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