resulting from your actions. I’ve read a few cases lately of people shooting people inside their homes – relatives even, and the people basically get away with murder.
I suppose this law makes people think twice about breaking into a house and it has to make domestic disputes a little more interesting. A fight is a fight but if you know your spouse can kill you and get away with it (if they feel threatened) I would think there would be less physical violence.
But sometimes here in KY the law does not apply in certain situations. Case in point; an ad in the lost and found section of our newspaper. And I quote:
"My spouse was upset at me and threw out his car window, a new pair of shoes of mine. It was anywhere off of Kings Church Road in Bullitt County. They were pink Sketchers."
And then the person goes on, listing her name, email address and phone number!
You don’t mess with people in Kentucky. You could lose your life…..or your pink Sketchers. You are rolling the dice if you mess with anyone in this state. One way or the other, you will get some Karma served
up southern style around here.
Today is day 51 with no oven. A delivery company showed up yesterday with a shiny, new oven but it didn’t fit. I almost cried. They hauled the old oven away so now there is a giant hole where the oven used to be. It was like having my heart ripped out. I really miss having an oven.
I’ve been finding lots of interesting things on the front porch. My favorite so far has been this praying mantis. She made a home in my rocking chair and stayed for three days. I left her alone and didn’t dare move her. Then, like my oven, she went away. I was sad. I told my husband I
missed her and he replied, “Are you crazy? You can’t form a friendship with an insect.”