I had to take my son to the doctor today for a delayed reaction to a bee sting he got two weeks ago. On the way home I just burst into tears because it just hit me that this is the first school year that my dad will not be here to see his grandkids. He was the only person who cared about every little thing they did. My 7 year old is going in to a mixed 2nd/3rd grade class for advanced 2nd graders and his grandpa would have been so proud and so excited to hear it. I wish I had someone to hold me right now or just once in awhile and tell me everything is going to be okay..
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