"You have made known the path of life; you will fill me with joy in your presence." Psalm 16:11
Wow, powerful statements. I do think "shame on them" for turning her into such a trampy looking thing and taking away her innocence in that respect. But, I also believe that child predators prey on all children. I don't think that any child is safe from a predator regardless of the amount of make-up they wear or don't wear. I don't plan to put my child(ren) "out there" but I can't make them unattractive to a sick, deranged, demented blankity blank like this man in question.But I also think that the pageant scene has the potential to cause many more problems than making a child more attractive to predators. I wonder how this child would have been as a teenager. When your entire life is based on your sex appeal, how do you not use that to get everything you want?
I guess it's very 'unChristian' of me but from the very night of this little girl's death, I've never trusted nor believed the parents. I have nothing on which to base my feelings except 'gut-feeling' and their demeanor during interviews.To each his own (opinion)...that's what makes the world go around.
Well said sis! So you don't plan on raising any hoochie mommas? Miss J - your comments remind me of our mom. I think she has mistrusted the parents all along. She would say it is a gut feeling, too.
I am pretty sure that if our "sissies" (sisters in mom's language) resembled -in any way - a hoochie - then their father would lock them up and throw away the key - or spank them - whatever worked at the time!
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