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Yes Dear Readers, There Is A God

On the date that the man fondled the 10 year old girl in the Liberty Fairfield Kroger's, I had just been in that exact same aisle one half hour earlier with my 4 year old daughter.

Had he been there at the time I was there and done that to my daughter I would have beat him into a bloody pulp before security could have rescued him from my tight grasp.

On Sunday, the day of our big snow storm, I had to pick up my children. I got a phone call from R's FIL asking if I could meet up sooner. So I told him to tell R I would be leaving the house at 4:30. At approximately 5 I reached Franklin and Ohio St Rt 123. I was not attempting any of the hills around here to reach the highway from Middletown.

About 5:30 an accident occurred right along the same strip of 123 that I had just driven in which a young woman was killed.

Had I waited to leave when I had planned, that could have been me, or that could have caused a delay for me, or I could have been involved in that accident with her.

I do not believe that me leaving sooner in either matter had anything to do with coincidence or luck. I believe it was divine intervention that kept my children and myself safe.


( 4 comments — Leave a comment )
Jan. 27th, 2004 11:34 am (UTC)
why? why? why?
why didn't that little girl screem her bloody head off?

what is wrong with these kids? Don't they remember the police man that comes to see them and tells them about stranger danger?

Jan. 27th, 2004 02:16 pm (UTC)
Re: why? why? why?
Who do we blame for this? Whose head do you have to bonk several times to make it sink in?

I know that my two and Princess will have this drilled into their heads.

Especially after that one incident in my life that shall remain nameless. GGGRRRRRRRRRRRR!!!!!!!!!
Jan. 27th, 2004 05:08 pm (UTC)
Whoa whoa whoa, can't blame the kids, moms yell at them hundreds of times a day for saying no to adults, some moms more than others, but it's Never the kids fault, the adult makes them feel like they can't say no. They aren't in a power position. I say we should just be equipted with cow prods or those shark thingy-ma-jiggies for when the big bad happens. That'd help teach the nasty men.
Jan. 27th, 2004 09:18 pm (UTC)
The problem is that the kids say No the the wrong adults. They say no to their parents and yes to total strangers. It makes a parent want to beat their head against a wall.

I say we should just be equipted with cow prods or those shark thingy-ma-jiggies for when the big bad happens. That'd help teach the nasty men.

Tell me where to purchase this and I will have mine installed tomorrow!
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