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Exhibit A: The initial evidence

Last night Michael and I ran out for about half an hour to go to the grocery store to grab something quick for dinner.  When we came back I wandered out to the living room and I found the above piece of cellophane on the living room floor.  It has some print on it which was part of an ingredient list, but I couldn’t figure out what it came from.  I figured it was just something that got dropped and put it into the trash.

A few minutes later I walked back out into the living room and I discovered this:

Exhibit B: More Evidence

I went searching for the little one….  Does she look guilty to you?

My 1st witness....

Miss Isabella – did you climb up onto the couch and jump onto the coffee table to steal the fortune cookie that your Daddy didn’t eat 3 days ago when we had Chinese food for dinner?  (Naughty Daddy for leaving such tempting goodies where little a certain little doggy can get to them….)

Exhibit C: The fortune

“Yes Mommy” replied the little puppy.  At least she was smart enough not to eat the fortune.
“You could realize solid gains today.”

GUILTY

Little Miss Isabella is GUILTY as charged!!  Naughty girl!  Naughty Daddy!
Good thing she’s cute!!

What naughty shenanigans have your pets gotten into??

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FEAR

My friend Lynn made a statement in her blog.

Sometimes fear is just:
False
Evidence
Appearing
Real

It got me thinking.  Why are we afraid of certain things?
Are our fears based on fact or some false reality in our minds?

I’ve never understood why people have such a strong fear of speaking in front of an audience.
(Actually it’s more of a fear of being embarrassed)
Maybe I don’t understand it because it’s a fear I don’t have.
I have two angles of thought on public speaking.  Either it’s in front of people who you know and
if you stumble over words they’ll laugh with you and love you anyway.  If it’s in front of people
that you don’t know, well who cares, you don’t need to see them ever again.

Have you ever had a fear and found a way to overcome it?

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