Oops!

2014-S-CLASS-SEDAN-092-CCF-DFor heaven’s sake, some things are simply inappropriate; this is over the top!  It is arrogant excess, blatantly displayed for everyone to see. Her huge car is obviously a mismatch for her driving skills, as she nearly bumped a Ford F150 while backing out of her parking space. Frankly, I am totally put off by her crassness! There she is, as if she is the First Lady or perhaps a royal princess, behind the solid cherry steering wheel of a spotless black Mercedes Benz. I don’t know the model, but it is nice —- a big one and she still has the price tag on the window for the world to see. I am serious as a heart attack! I mean really, who in the world, other than perhaps the late Minnie Pearl, who would drive around with the price  still on a luxury car?  What an ego! This woman has problems. She must be really insecure — most likely from a dysfunctional family.

I’m behind her now, as we are both about to exit the “Y” parking lot.  I think I might blog about her. Oops! I just noticed something else. Tell me it isn’t so, the Benz has dealer tags! I’m going to have to change the ending of the blog. Ever feel like a fool?

As human beings, we seem to have a propensity for jumping to conclusions. Folks have been doing it for at least several thousand years. There is a great story in the Old Testament about that very thing. Found in Joshua 22:9:34, it is a classic narrative, probably written around 1390 BC, about forming conclusions before you have the facts. You might want to read it and file it away in your memory bank. I just did.

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