The other day my wife and i went out for dinner.The waitress was very nice and it was a good time.We had not been out without the kids in a long time.My wife who has worked as a waitress gets to talking with our waitress and next thing i know she is sitting down with us telling us her life story.Then she tells us that she just came back to work and she has been home with her newborn who had an abnormal heart beat but was better now.I felt realy bad for her and was glad her baby was ok.Now her comes the fire works.Then she says to my wife and i"I could not imagine if something had happened to my baby,I DONT KNOW HOW PEOPLE WHO LOSE THEIR CHILDREN CAN GO ON LIVING.My wife and i did not know what to say.Then at the same time we said "we can" and my wife proceeded to tell her about Emma.i dont use this word but, this bitch acted like nothing was said and walked away.Am i wrong to be pissed off?Should we have not said any thing?
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