Hi everyone! I've been thinking about going private for a few months and decided it is time. Camille's was robbed last night and it just makes me remember that the world is not as safe as I sometimes perceive it to be. It just amazes me that there are people out there who have no problem doing things that will hurt others. My husband and the Camille's team bust their butts every day to try to make a living and in an instant, someone broke in and took things that they have been working so hard for. It really makes me so mad and sick to my stomach to think about people breaking a window and running around in OUR restaurant taking whatever they want!!!!! UGH!! I have to be positive though and remember that nobody was at work when it happened so thank God nobody was hurt!!!
My whole family knows that I am the kind of person who is just always a little scared! I hate being home alone at night, ALWAYS keep the doors locked, always turn on the alarm, etc... Sometimes I even lock Clark out of the house. Like if we are coming home from somewhere together and he stops to take the trash cans in, I'll walk in the house, shut the door, and lock it...just a habit. I even get out of bed most mornings just to make sure Clark locked me in the house after leaving for work. He always does, but you can never be too cautious, right? So, it just makes sense for me to protect my family on the Web the same way I do everyday at home.
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Thanks everyone for understanding. You just can never be too careful...especially when a child is involved.