If you think of us, please send up a supportive thought. Thanks~ difficult child and I are going to prepare her statement together tonight and we have to be there by 9:15AM, so we're leaving around 7:00 AM because we'll be stuck in traffic. I am nervous, I'm sure difficult child is nervous. Fortunately, his parole officer told us that they will remove him from the room while difficult child reads her statement. Fingers crossed that his is a turning point for difficult child and she can finally put this behind her. He's only been in for 3 years and his sentence was 10, so I am hoping he doesn't get paroled yet. I'd like difficult child to have a couple more years of development before she has to think about him out there, Know what I mean??