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You Can’t Trust Other Kid’s Parents Because They Might Be Devil Worshippers

Be careful where your child hangs out

Photo by Pablo Heimplatz on Unsplash

It’s 11:30 New Year’s Eve. My 18-year-old son runs in after working his pizza job and says casually, “I’m going to a New Year’s Eve party. It’s at John’s house.”

“Who is John?” I ask bewilderedly.




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Ruby Lee

Ruby Lee

Mother, Wife, Teacher, Librarian, Teller of Stories. Author of The Marriage Wars by Leeanne Beasley Berry. Top Writer in Parenting, This Happened to Me, Humor

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