Last evening, my daughter-in-law, Monica, and her friend, Michelle, took all of their children to the local Christmas parade. The children range in age from 4 months to six years old. They had a grand time, but as they were getting everyone back to the cars, Michelle noticed that her digital camera had fallen from the stroller basket. They searched and searched and could not find it in the dark. Monica came and got us and while Poppy sat in the car with the children, Monica and I searched with flashlights. No luck. Monica and I reminded each other to “cover it in pink” so the angels could help us find it. We are choosing to believe that some honest soul picked it up and will return it to the church near where they were sitting. The camera has many pictures of the new baby that cannot be replaced. So this morning, I am wondering what percentage of the American public is honest? I want to believe it is over 80%. One report I read on line said 50%. I hope that is not correct. I am going to “image” that camera found and returned. Will you join me in that?
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