I Like my Church Mate

Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
Hey first of all, I think its great what you guys do for people and I was wondreing if you could help me. There is this girl at my church that I have known for 2-3 years and we are great friends, she always sits by me be it sunday shcool, church service, or just to "keep me company" (she does that often). I love this girl and everyone tells me that she likes me back. I just got back from Hawaii I was greeted with a hug (she's never done that). Anyway I bought her this shell necklace and the past few times I've seen her she was wearing it. She is a beautiful girl and has an even better personality, and I think about her, dream about her, and am bored without her. She is my best friend now, and I have been drifting farther and farther from my friends. The scary thing about it is that I don't care.

I would love to ask her out but I saw what she said to the last few people, *shiver*, I don't want to ruin our friendship because what we've got is great. I f she really likes me wouldn't she have already talked to me about it? If you choose to answer this please give me some advice that i can really use, I'm not made of money and I can't drive, so movies and dinner are out. Anything you could do to help would be great, Thanx.

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