Must see. For all. I went with my Little and her sis and all of us cried quite a few times. And of course, nothing gets me like a true story.
PS: Remember you all need to read "Same Kind of Different As Me." Seriously, purchase ahora.
And if you want to know where you can find me quite often...
Tangent: I would also like to add the amount of freedom that came with my IPhone 4 going away with my job. I can't tell you how refreshing it is to "reclaim" communication and have nothing on my phone other than texting (which is super difficult because it is a teeny-bopper phone and I think made for the fingers of a ten year old) and the old-fashioned ability to place a phone call.
I would like to start revolution. Trust me, it is coming. Watch a school bus go past you and look at how many kids are staring at their phones-it literally will have to stop because otherwise the next generation will not have a clue how to hold a conversation and believe it or not, that simply will not sustain the world's most powerful country.
End of Soap Box.
Off to Sisters. To meet with Sisters.