My daughter wove through the line of families walking into the middle school building. She left me behind so she could hurry ahead to join her friends.
By the time I made it through the front doors, she’d already flitted along into the auditorium and found a seat way in the front for the Middle School Orientation.
I sat in the back.
Several people asked me that night whether I was okay. I think everyone is waiting for me to have an emotional breakdown about my oldest daughter leaving the elementary years behind.
I just try not to think about it, that’s all.
Yup, I’m totally fine!
But of course, when you’re sitting in the middle school auditorium, listening to the middle school principal and teachers, and looking at slides about the middle school schedule, curriculum and after school activities, you do actually have to face facts.
Middle school is…
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