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Today, we look at a dark moment in Moses’ life.
You can probably imagine what happened next.
We started playing and the next thing you know, there’s a cup of red Kool-Aid laying on the carpet.
I immediately grabbed a towel, mopped up the mess, and hung the towel neatly back to dry.
I thought I got away with it.
When my friend left, my parents pulled me aside and asked, “Did you spill Kool-aid in the bathroom?”
I couldn’t understand how they knew…I had been so careful to clean up after it so Mom would never know.
Let me present to you Exhibit A – this towel is from the very set that I used that day to clean the carpet.
You see, in my pride, I thought I had committed the perfect crime.
I knew how to handle the situation, and I never imagined that there would be repercussions for my actions.
So far, from what we have seen, Moses has done really well overall.
He has had some stumbles along the way, and each one has cost him something, but overall, he has done pretty well.
I was grounded from anything I would have considered fun for the rest of the evening.
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