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Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Childlike Behavior at Orange County Courthouse

I could'nt help but tell you how my husband and I are so childlike with our actions sometimes. I was grinning when I post this update. My husband wakes up early to report to his jury duty today and he is basically reluctant to go and leave me alone at home by myself. But then, he went to the Orange County Courthouse by 6:45 anyhow to be there at his call time at 8am. Meanwhile, today is also the schedule to hear George Anthony's testimony about the case of her daughter Casey on Missing Child Caylee Anthony . Since the case is considered high profile and very sensationalized , newsmen were gathered in the vicinity. At 12nn, my hubby call and told me to open the tv Channel 9, Channel 2 and Channel 6...he was basically passing from one channel to the other at the back of those reporters while they are reporting LIVE! OMG! What a sore to the tv viewers...LOL! He managed to behave anyhow...he was just talking to me on the phone as if he didn't know that the tv crew are broadcasting live. Wheew! He made me smile though! LOL!

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