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Rated: 13+ · Letter/Memo · Parenting · #517604
To find the answer to this question--plus something MUCH MORE important!--please read!!!
I seem to remember an elephant joke from my childhood when goes something like:

Q: How do you find a lost elephant?

A: You'll never have that problem, because elephants are too big to be lost!


In my case, I have a memory like an elephant and a body to match.

In more politically-correct terms, I'm a Super Queen.

So it's not too easy to lose me, either.

Actually--on a more serious note--I'm quite easy to find, because of prominent activities both on and off the Internet.

So I'm personally pretty open with people I communicate with online.

Even so, I know to be careful.

With kids, this is even MORE important, because they're a whole lot less defenseless and haven't been around long enough to recognize red-flags.

It's very important that parents know what their kids are doing online. If they're going to meet an e-pal, this should always be done with parental supervision.

One of my e-pals here has written a wonderful piece on this, and I'd like to share it with you in hopes that you'll pass it on!

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I would rather trust people than not trust them, and I generally do unless shown reason to do otherwise.

And, if I'm ever blessed with kids of my own (my clock is ticking, but it can still happen), I would want to raise them to be trusting--but, also, to be CAREFUL!!!


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