Today was the first school function my husband and I attended since we separated. My daughter was in a book competition and was very excited. I came early and saved a seat (thought that would be a nice thing to do). Well, my daughter's friend's mom came in and wanted a front row seat so I gave it to her and thought....there are plenty of seats and he can sit in the next row and see just fine. Anyway, I gave him my program when he came in and talked to him a little bit afterward. He thanked me for inviting him.....not that I had to for him to come, it's just that he doesn't keep up with these things. I was really pleased with how things turned out, especially for my daughter. She did a fantastic job and her team won plus she saw her parents getting along after all this mess. Overall, I'd say it was a good day :)
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