Making Time for Friends

Calls and e-mails can't substitute for getting together. Here's how some women manage to do it

Amy Holck and Amber White were inseparable when they were kids. Even though they went to different schools, they got together most days after classes and spent entire weekends with each other. Their closeness continued when they were students at Baylor University in Waco, Texas. The bond remained after college, but they found it harder to stay in touch. Holck moved to Colorado for a year, and even when she went back home to Houston, the women's schedules kept them apart. Holck, 28, a program coordinator for a youth ministry, often works late, and White, 28, a public relations specialist, logs...

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