Saturday, January 16, 2016
Minding Ones Business
Afterwards, I did approach the lady with the kids and asked her if she was okay because it's clear that she was upset. I just told her that she shouldn't get upset over someone who clearly should have minded her business.
What irked me about this is that the busybody
- didn't see the care it took her to get her kids out the car, as she happened to be parked next to me and witnessed her gentle nature
- didn't see that this lady was stunned and almost in tears when I approached her afterwards.
- didn't see that she had one of those covers you put on the cart to protect her kids from germs.
For whatever reason she had for not putting a hat on her kids, it's really her prerogative. And we shouldn't really judge. You don't know what is going on in their lives.
Simply Mind your Own Business.