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In the four years that I've been in Texas, I have made a lot of friends. I have lots of friends at Valleyview Nazarene, where we go to church. I also have a regular playgroup once per week with other Chinese girls in the community. Nearly all of the girls are adopted like me. We also try to get together once per month for a special gathering, to celebrate birthdays, holidays, and the changing of the seasons.

It's great having such a large group of friends, and in a variety of settings. At my young age, it's hard to predict who I'll still be hanging out with in 20 years, but that doesn't matter right now. The most important thing is that I have friends. Or, as Daddy says, my social needs are being met (he also mentioned something about Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, but that sounds like something I don't need to know about until college).

My friends are always welcome out at our house. We have lots of room to play, and lots of things to do. Don't just sit and look at my web site—come see me!




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