Do your children ever do something so small but yet so wonderful that you are the proudest parent? My DD is a sophomore in high school. She is a great kid and does well in her classes. She is in sports and band. She is not "popular" but has a lot of good friends. I just found out that since the beginning of the year her group of friends have been inviting a few special needs kids in her school to join them at lunch. She said they are really cool but other kids have kicked them out of their table at lunch because they do at times not eat the "right" way or what not. Last night she came to me and told me she needed some help. One of the girls sent her a friend request on facebook. My daughter is very cautious of who she friends and does not just friend anyone. She can't stand facebook drama. We talked long about this young lady and I left it up to her to make the right decision for her. So tonight she came to me and cried saying that she had decided to friend this girl and today in school she came up to my DD and would not stop thanking her for being her facebook friend. My DD felt bad that she would even question her friend request and did not understand why she would not stop thanking her when my DD said she was the one that should be thankful to have made such a great friend. I guess I have done something right in raising her.