First off I'd pray about it and seek wisdom in handling things.
Then I'd check the person's motives for sharing the information. Finally, I'd ask the person I was interviewing about it.
I'd want to know his/her side of the story and see how he/she responded when asked about things.
What would you do if you were shopping and witnessed someone slipping an item they'd not paid for into their pocket?
I'm very close to my mom. My dad, not as much, but after living with for a few years, we've gotten much closer
^Excellent question. *rep*
ARRGH--because I'm frustrated with myself. I know what I should do, know what I ought to be doing, but don't do it. I don't get why I don't stay determined/focused on something that would be so beneficial to me and others, and bring me to a closer relationship to Christ.
Yes, I always start one, but then I lose them. So I just end up writing things on the calendars on our walls here at the house. I tend to write things down on little pieces of paper and lose the paper. I also tend to make detailed lists before shopping...and then forget to bring the list with me. However, just writing the list down helps my mind to retain the info a bit better. I've always been known as sort of being absent-minded, even when I was young.
I'm tired but happy too! My husband got home from 2 week drill and actually took one day off yesterday before going back to work! And he actually relaxed, which has almost been an impossibility for him in the past. So I am very happy today, even though his alarm clock woke me up at 5 a.m.