My husband and I have been talking about how everytime anything happens the police start going to all the SO homes and asking them where have you been on this day or that day. He told me when he comes home I will have to be his shadow. So I came up with a idea of keeping a log book like the truck drives do. Always record the date, time, and people you are with, and what you are doing. That way you can always know when they ask. You can say "Excuse me officer while I go get my log book so I can be sure and answer your question correctly". I know at my age it's hard to remember what I did a hour ago. What if they came knocking and asked you your where abouts of a week ago, two weeks ago etc. Just a idea I thought would be good to pass along. Hang in there everybody.
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