When being together is more important than what you do, you are with a friend. —Connie McMartin

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When being together is more important than what you do, you are with a friend.

CONNIE MCMARTIN

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Anonymous JANUARY 11, 2018
Friends will understand.


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When nothing is sure, everything is possible. —Margaret Drabble
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