It's quality time that counts. At amusement parks, shows, movies, and fairs, the time spent does not always equate to a shared experience, but an individual experience for all participants. I.E. Watching a movie in a theater, two people experience the movie uniquely, without interaction.
I do understand your heartbreak 100% - I was absolutely heartbroken at the time of my separation from my daughter's father. It hurt me beyond words that we were *not a family anymore. At the time, this loss was devastating to me, but I always made sure not to let this effect how I related to my daughter and her father.
Five years later, I'm *loving my life, now I feel as if I dodged a bullet! LOL
Even if the things you do with your child are mundane, just being there, being a good parent, the trust and security instilled in your child ensures that your "Best Mom In the World," title will remain unchallenged for all time.
It doesn't matter what you do together, just be there for her always. And read books to her at bedtime> We like to read three a night at my house.
Best wished to you, I can very much relate to your feelings~