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the special gift Pecos

Have you ever met an individual that was so self-centered you couldn’t stand them?  Miss Patty and I worked with an attorney exactly like that.  Everything was and still is all about him.  For example, today he asked Miss Patty to meet him at the office.  Not only was he late, but he made a stop to buy trash bags and realized he forgot his wallet.  What type of person believes another individual should wait around until they feel like showing up?  A one way, self-centered, inconsiderate human being.  He came from money and he believes everyone should be at his beck and call.  Well, he is wrong!  He isn’t the only person who behaves this way. I have previously written about the former president of my HOA.  He still carries on as if he is in charge and allows companies to come through our gates and promote their products.  One of the points of living in a gated community is to keep people out. Self-centered people make a huge mess when divorcing.  I know of just such a man who took his wife for everything she had.  The worst part is that he continues to find ways to hurt her.  He is another person who believes whatever he says or does is always right.  Over the years many individuals who have become successful did not act that way.  They appreciated the fact that they were wealthy but it didn’t mean they turned into selfish inconsiderate human beings.  Often on Facebook there are videos about kind millionaires who go out of their way to help disadvantaged individuals and even help them find employment.  In the Good Gus series, Bad Bart was the self-centered character.  He learned very quickly though. The Good Gus Series is available online at Kindle, Nook and Waterstones. Hard copies, personally autographed, are available through our website along with past blogs for your reading enjoyment. Digitizing for all the books are available now! Please consider adding “The Special Gift” as a new Christmas tradition. Books one and two are now available along with “The Special Gift” on the Tractor Supply website.

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