theres more than meetes the eye Part 2
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It was Friday, Jack and my mom said I could take the day off of school to go to the baseball game. I will say, I was excited, but not to spent time with Jack.
I will admit, as the game went on, I started to have a lot of fun, we were laughing and laughing and stuffing our faces with hotdogs and soda. “Are you having fun?” Asked Jack. “I am, thank you.” I said “I am very glad, you know I think this day with just the two of us was long overdue. I really want you to know something, I am not trying to be your Dad, you already have one of those, I am just trying to be your friend, I really do love your mom, you, your sister, and even Rufus.” At that moment, I realized that maybe Jack wasn’t that bad of a guy, he wasn’t trying to take away my family, only trying to be accepted by me. But I was too busy judging him when I didn’t even know him. Just like when mom tells me to never judge a book by its cover.
On the drive home, we talked and talked and talked, he told be about sports he played when he was my age, and his favourite foods, he also said that we should go to games more often together.
When we got home, I ran in and hugged mom and told her how much fun we had, I have never seen such a smile on her face. I later called my dad too and told him, he thought that was great. I learned today that bonding and spending time with someone really helps you get to know someone, and you cannot assume things before you know what is true. I now sort of have two dads, and it is great. Oh, and me and Jack go to baseball games almost every weekend now, he's now coaching my school team.”
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