It’s like being throat punched back into reality

It’s like being throat punched back into reality

Lizze and I made arrangements to take Gavin to see a movie this afternoon. The boys went to their grandparents for a few hours after school, in order to make this possible.  
I was really excited to have the three of us spend some time together outside the house and Gavin loves movies. 

As we were pulling into the parking lot of the theater, my heart sank. 

Gavin informed us that his friends are going to meet us there. We asked how they were going to pay for tickets. 
Gavin explained that he has a contact that works in the theater and that contact makes all the arrangements for his friends. I call them (but never to his face) his invisible group of super best friends because I have to maintain a sense of humor about this or it’s just too much. 🙁 

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