This week at the Granite Falls Library, I was assisting a young man at the circulation desk. An older man got in line behind him with a set of World War II videos that he wanted to purchase from the friends book sale. The younger man commented on the World War II videos, and he asked the older gentleman if he had served in the war. The older man said he didn't serve in World War II, but he could remember it. He said that he had actually served in the Korean War. The two men from very different generations introduced themselves to each other and ended up having a very lively conversation about wars and war collectibles. Onlookers might have guessed that they were old friends and not imagined the two had just met. They shook hands as they parted ways, and the younger man thanked the veteran for his service. It was wonderful to see the intergenerational connection being made here at the library.