Nice point Noddy. You can respect the people themselves without respecting their beliefs and it's beliefs I'm talking about here.
(It seems often confused as we saw with all the disrespectful celebration over Falwell's death.)
Remember Lady Astor's rule for acceptable behavior. "As long as they don't frighten the horses."
How are alternative plans for unannounced celebration coming along?
Yes I shall.
Birthday was Tuesday so will maybe arrange the playdate next week.
Green Witch wrote:
Of course, this may give the little girl a great chance to rebel one day. I have a friend who grew up in strick Kosher househould, she was forbidden to eat any non-kosher food and never accepted pieces of birthday cake (could have been made with lard). As an adult she nows eats everything and even refers to shrimp and pork eggrolls as her "freedom rolls".
Kids tend to rebel and find all kinds of things to rebel against.
never had parties
"Never had parties." That is a very comprehensive statement. Do you mean that literally or are you referring to birthday/holiday type parties?