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  1. daryn
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    I am not going to tell you to go find your friend. I will tell you that if he is anything at all like me, he is sitting at home thinking the same exact thing about you (or maybe he isn’t; he is a guy.) But this paragraph
    “There are several possibilities as to why this friend may have disappeared, the most likely of which is “I’m too danged busy to keep tabs on you, a marginal friend/acquaintance, right now.” But in the event that he’s trying to gracefully exit my life because, for whatever reason, being my friend isn’t what’s best for him, then I’m going to gracefully let him go.”
    could be completely wrong. I am constantly working on making an effort to stay in touch with good friends, and as you know, well, I still suck at it. And I think that guys are even worse at it by nature (sorry, guys, but you are.) They sit waiting for each other to make the first move. Friendships, especially soulful ones (props to Jonna!), are hard work and require effort and understanding of each others suckiness. So, if that friendship is worth it, don’t let it go just because you haven’t heard from him. Some friends are worth fighting for. Your decision should be is he one of those?

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  2. daryn
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    I didn’t mean to imply that I was sitting at home thinking the exact thing about you literally. I was generalizing that often times the feeling is recipricated without us even knowing it. Us not being me and you necessarily. 🙂 I got to thinking about that on the way home tonight. Sorry if I made you cornfused.

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    LOL– I stay confused, with and without the input of well-intentioned friends. 🙂

    But I got what you were saying. I think. 😉

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