Are you a proud member of MADD? No, not "Mothers Against Drunk Driving," but the new organization - "Mothers Against Daughters Driving (Their Drunk Moms Home)" - that's sure to be created after this news item today.
In yet another sign of the moral decline in this world (as if we needed another one, right?) I came across a truly sad story today about a mother (and I use that term rather loosely) who used her 12-year-old daughter as a designated driver so that she could go to a bar to celebrate her 35th birthday.
I wonder if Jennifer Rosenberg still feels like the booze and a night out was worth losing her child.
Sadly, the same report indicated that similar cases have involved children as young as 7 and even 5!
How can your heart not break for a woman who clearly needs help and for a precious child who is treated as nothing more than a slave instead of the amazing gift that she is?
Unfortunately, it will only continue to get worse the closer we get to the end.
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