"A woman is like a teabag, you never know how strong she is until she gets in hot water." - Eleanor Roosevelt
Keep your religion out of other people's marriages.
"If anyone was wondering, apparently this isn’t the real story of what happened. According to people in the town, Kelly had approached the store manager to ask that they throw several children out because they were staring at Victoria. Not making fun of her or bullying her, just staring. The manager had no reason to throw them out because they weren’t being openly rude or nasty to the point of unreasonableness, so she refused. Then the grandmother started getting angry because the manager wouldn’t do what she said and became so disruptive that she was the one asked to leave. At no point did anyone say that they were being thrown out of the store because of the injuries to Victoria’s face. It was all because the grandmother reacted poorly to children showing a natural curiosity over Victoria’s injuries. Maybe the children’s parents could have asked them to stop staring because it was impolite, but according to the stories going around, they weren’t doing anything over the top.
After they left, the grandmother started going to every news station she could and told everyone that KFC was mean to them, all the while telling them that she was doing a fundraiser to pay for Victoria’s hospital bills. I hope that none of this is true, but it sounds a little too reasonable for my comfort level."
That sounds a little more realistic than the grandmother's version. If this is the case, I can understand the grandmother may feel sensitive to how her granddaughter looks and how other people are going to react, however she needs to learn how to handle it better or else she herself is going to be the one to make her granddaughter feel bad about herself.
Is what you're living for today, worth dying for tomorrow?
Everyone can call me heartless all day. I just think there's something amiss here.
“Most people do not listen with the intent to understand; they listen with the intent to reply.”
― Stephen R. Covey