When Past is Prologue

“Meet me at the hotel; leave your dress by the door…”

Recently, I heard these lyrics to a song on an indie station I like to listen to now and then.  According to this news story, you should probably never do this with Joran van der Sloot.  What struck me about the story, among other things, was the surveillance video showing Stephany Flores Ramirez calmly entering a hotel room with van der Sloot, with no apparent fear, and no apparent clue. She never came out of that hotel room alive.

Today’s post is for females anywhere, of any age, who might ever/ever/ever, remotely, under any circumstances consider doing what the song urges you to do.

Please, please, please don’t.  Just don’t.

10 words:  I care.  Please don’t.  I’m begging.  Better safe than dead.

Listen as wisdom calls out!  Hear as understanding raises her voice!

Proverbs 8:1, New Living Translation

Here’s a book with practical help for getting better at the girl/guy thing.

Yes, I know it’s the 11th.   (Large, toothy grin.)

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2 Responses to When Past is Prologue

  1. Meredith says:

    Those stories involving that JvdS are sooooo heartbreaking.

    Glad you linked up!

  2. Pingback: When Love Ain’t the Parking Lot | Daily Walking

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