We might talk about ourselves and our friends, but you and I probably don’t talk everyday. In fact, we probably don’t talk with anybody, and we don’t even really talk with our pets. The reason is that we’re all different. We have different needs and different ways of getting things done.
You and I might talk everyday, or we might talk with our pets, or we might even talk with each other. You and I talk to each other everyday, but you and I don’t talk to my pets every day. Pets talk to each other everyday, but they don’t even talk to me every day.
Pets talk to each other everyday but they dont even talk to me every day.
Pets talk to you everyday, but they dont even talk to you every day.
This reminds me of something I recently talked about with my dog, and my cat. I said I want to be friends with the cat, but it’s not the cat I want to be friends with. I want to be friends with the cat, but I don’t want to be friends with the cat. I see the same thing in myself; I want to be friends with the cat, but I don’t want to be friends with the cat.
I’ve been thinking about this for a long time and the answer I came to was that if I truly love my friends, I would always be their friend. I would always try to give them the best that I could. But if I don’t love them, I can’t be their friend. I can’t get the same affection and the same friendship. I can’t be friends with a friend that I don’t really like either.
I guess that was my problem. I loved my friends (mostly because I had a good relationship with them), but I never really got the same affection and the same friendship that I used to.
I love my friends because they are the most important people in my life. They are always there to give me advice, to help me with my problems, but I dont love them because I dont understand them, it’s because I dont want to be their friend anymore.
It’s easy for any friend to come up to you and say, “this is my friend”. But you cant say that you dont love her, or that you dont like her, because you like her. It’s just that i cant get her to listen to you, or to ask you for advice.