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I thought I was doing ok with the impending semi-emptying of the nest, but over the weekend I saw Toy Story 3, which is about the kid clearing out his room before he leaves for college. Toward the end of the movie, the mom walks into the kid's room and - although she's been nagging him to clean it out - is shocked at how empty it looks. She puts her hands up to her mouth in dismay . . . and yours truly bursts into tears. I'm not talking the little trickle and sniffles one has during a sad movie, I'm talking all out sobbing.

If I react that way at a movie, how much worse will it be when it's time to actually say goodbye?
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