Is it gonna be bad

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
Dear George,

I recently took your advice to talk to the guy I like and I decided to send him an invite to a cookout Im having later this month. In the invite I wrote that I had invited these 2 people. SO there will be people there that he knows. I knew he wouldnt go to a party with people he doesnt know (i didnt write that in the note). I also put that it was going to be a small gathering and that he could bring his younger brother if he wanted to. My first question is do you think he will think its a set up? I have already sent the invites, but I'd like to be prepared. Should I tell my friend that knows him and that I like him that he is coming if he does? I also put my home and cell number in both invites which number would you call? And last if he calls early should I expect that he isn't going? This was the only way I could figure out how to talk to him outside of school, without making anyone too uncompfortable. Sorry this was so long, thank you so much for helping me out!

-B- Advice
You did just the right thing and in the right way.

All your questions are just nervousness popping up. Stop worrying about it and wait and see what happens. The odds are good that he will accept and everything will work out well. Congratulations.

Good luck! George

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