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November 16, 2012
My day started eerily similar to how it would end.
This is how my morning began. Sophie keeping me company as she is getting ready for school. She needed help lacing up her Gerson shoes. A classmate of her by the name Gerson has the same shoes so she calls them her "Gershon shoes."
She can tie her shoes herself but the truth is I don;t mind helping her. She is such good company.
This morning she is chatting away like she usually does and here I am today, once again, wishing we had videotaped that morning's conversation. I am sure it was delightful, innocent and enthusiastic.
I don't recall if I mentioned that I would be picking up Megan, but I might have said that I had a treat for her and her sisters later on that day.
By this time it was technically already Saturday. It was about a quarter after midnight when a little girl, who is so in tune with me that she has probably saved my life, asked if we could have a midnight snack.
"Like what beautiful, its super late."
"Dad, I'm not even tired."
After a few Jaunita's tortilla chips from Winco and some cottage cheese, Sophie wiped the front and then the back of her hands on her yellow SpongeBob pajamas and curled up to her purple pillow.
It was a good start to our Fall Break.