Do you ever worry about your friends?
Seeing,is believing.I believe that a friend,is a friend,is a friend.
Of course I worry about my friends, friends are my family as well. If they aren't okay, I want to know about it. Friends have been put on this earth for a reason, and if they aren't taken care of, something must be going wrong!
Yes.....of course, but the next question is are your friends worrying about you? It's a two way street dear. You never pour any of yourself into anyone who isn't pouring just as much of themselves into you.........ciao
Vonda G. Nelson
I am not prone to worry, but I do have concerns for them.
I hope they arrive home safely, are safe in their activites and such.
My friends are responsible people, and I trust them to make good judgements for themselves.
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