My daughter has a 102 fever so I cxld the barbacue I was going to have. No big deal just a few friends but it is still disappointing. I went to put Beauty and the Beast on for my daughter and it was not in the case. Kyle had a portable DVD player so I checked there and sure enough there it was. I fell apart. I feel so dramatic but it just rattled me that that was the last movie he saw, and that he will never see another movie. Is that crazy? My husband had to work today but was supposed to be home by 4pm. It is now 4:30 and still not home. Everyone is with their families for the holdiay and here I sit with a sick baby, husband at work, Kyle in heaven, and it is raining with no end in sight. This is a very low day for me.
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