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I'm nervous, but there is also a part of me that is soooo looking forward to it. I don't know yet if I will confront him (if we end up in a room or hallway alone at some point that is) or what I would even say, but I am relieved in a way that the time has nearly come. I won't make a big scene and ruin the day for everyone else, but I'm ready to stand up for the little child I was when he hurt me and my sister. (and my sister will be in attendence too)
I don't expect him to feel bad, but I at least need to get some of it off my chest. I'd never accept an apology from him even if he gave one, which I know he wouldn't. But confronting him is something I NEED to do. Now I just have to try to figure out what to say to a person as depraved as him. I don't think he would respond to either sadness or anger on my part in any productive way, but perhaps if I were to mock him in disgust for needing to mess around with little kids instead grown ups... I don't know. Anyway, I have a little more time to figure it out before I see him.