I hope all of you had a nice Thanksgiving. My Thanksgiving was typical of what I have to go through every day.
The kids, two doors from me, running back and forth in front of my door sounding like a herd of cattle. The parents sitting outside in their chairs loudly laughing at what they told their kids to do. And the kids enjoying pleasing their parents. These kids range in age from five to thirteen. The five-year-old is about the worse one. She’s a real terror. And every time I go out of my apartment, she has to come over to me and ask me something. Yesterday, it was about pigeons. Did I own the pigeons who come by my door? And today she came over and asked me to open her front door. Open her front door, no way! I might be accused of breaking into their apartment. But I didn’t have to help her open the door, her parents sent her over to me and then closed the door, so she didn’t know what to do. When the parents heard me talking to her, they opened their door and laughed. So now every time I open the door, I can expect the little one to come over and ask me a question, or do something annoying. I’m very careful how I react to the little girl. I know it’s not her fault. She doesn’t know any better. Plus, I don’t really want to be accused of doing anything to her. Who knows what things these people can make up about me. I try to stay away from the little girl as much as possible. I keep my distance. But if some day something happens to the little girl, they have no one to blame but themselves.
And this is the future generation? This is why kids today get into so much trouble. How can they not when the parents they have are so immature themselves. Instead of teaching their kids to behave and treat others as they would like to be treated, they teach them to behave like future criminals in the making.
I feel for the little girl. I can see that her future is not going to be a bright one for her.
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