I showed her the Kindle app on my phone. I said that I'd been getting some out-of-copyright books I'd read as a child. "They're all kinds of racist," I said, referring to the Albert Payson Terhune books I've recently read again.
"These were books from the 1910s and 1920s."
We looked up Christian books for P. She'd bought one from a Christian author she liked. P. had also gotten a free book by Emanuel Swedenborg, and I explained a little about Swedenborgianism. At one point I worked in a library that had many of Swedenborg's books. "There's a Swedenborgian cathedral in Bryn Athyn," I said. "It's got lots of stained glass, and it's huge." Bryn Athyn is drivable from the area we live in. It's not close, but it's day-trip drivable.
We went to a mall, and I got teriyaki at the food court. On our way back to [borough], I stopped at a Boston Market near where P. lives so she could get chicken. Boston Market used to be called Boston Chicken, but they diversified.
I thanked P. for letting me see how she used her iPad. "We can do it again," she said. All in all, it was a nice day out.