We went to our friends (kid's adopted aunt)funeral today. Very sad, she died unexpectedly in a hit and run car accident. difficult child was perfect at the burial, was hugging people and consoling her husband and kids, all the while he had tears just rolling. Even after lunch when he was playing, he maintained and did not get out of control, even though he was swinging and there were lots of kids around. He usually does not do well with that many people around, he gets so overstimulated and starts showing off. At the service at the church when the pastor was done he asked for people to talk about memories. A few people went up, and then difficult child walked to the front of the chapel, and said how G (husband) and M (deceased wife) had loved each other very much you could tell by how they looked at each other and they never yelled at each other. He then said that he thought that they would be together forever, they would never get divorced. Then he said something to the effect that she died too young (she was35). He did all this so well, he did not yell, and he looked out at the crowd while he spoke. I was so proud. There was not a dry eye in the place. It is good to be done with the funeral. I hope the kids do well, it has been a hard time.