For most individuals in the world , they anticipate Christmas and all the joys associated with the holiday. As children, once the Christmas decorations appeared we could hardly wait for the big day. For many adults it is still true today. There are a few ways the features on our phones anticipate what we are saying when we voice text. You may have found that Siri adds or subtracts words based on how it was programmed. If you voice text, it often comes out wrong or garbled into nothing close to what you were trying to say. It occurs even when you speak slowly. When we are at work, often a co-worker will anticipate what we might say or do. It can be annoying and if you ask them politely to stop, some individuals seem unable to turn their minds to have the patience to be quiet. Many of the holiday movies involve individuals anticipating a specific action and when it fails, they are crushed. It can be about a woman expecting a marriage proposal, a person landing a new account, or a relationship that suddenly ends and the aggrieved person had no idea or anticipated it would happen. People who take chances such as sky diving, street racing, diving off cliffs, and base jumping just to name a few should anticipate the consequences. Just a few days ago, a man climbed a tall building in China and plunged sixty-four stories to his death. I doubt he thought that was going to happen. In the Good Gus series, many of the children I have read to over the years, often did not anticipate the endings. That made it fun for me! The series is available on Kindle, worldwide, and the first tow books for free on You Tube at Mae’s Story Time. If you are anticipating a good read, I hope you will consider “Misplaced Trust.” It is available on 24 Symbols, Apple, Nook, Kindle, Kobo, Page Foundry, Scribd, Playster and Tolino.