They later went for an outing chaperoned by Amie’s mother.And though she initially described facilitating the meeting, which happened over a year ago, as a “leap of faith,” Spark is glad the teens got to meet and notes they are still very much in touch and are hoping to see each other again this year.
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And they tend to meet new people through those people.
Among their categories of friends — school friends, church friends, camp friends — "online friends" are just another group.
“I would hear him talking to her and he would laugh and laugh,” Spark told TODAY Moms.