Loretta A. Ragsdell asks:
“To curse. It has lasted about a couple of months. I’m giving up cursing because everybody is doing it, so be your own person”
“I would never drink or smoke again because I would be sick the following morning, but the party was good. It’s usually a New Year’s resolution, and I’d go good for a while and I fall off again, but I’m trying to make it right.”
“I’ll never disrespect my mother again, and I’ll never call her another “B” word. This was about two months ago, and I went back and apologized to her because I knew I was in the wrong. I man-upped for my mistakes and I’m willing to achieve a higher quality in myself.”
“I don’t regret nothing I do, so I say whatever I mean.”
“Never to bring shame to my parents. Never disgrace my race of people. Never give place to the enemy who is the adversary of our soul, the devil himself, Lucifer. I will never bow to him. I would rather suffer the affliction with the people of God than to enjoy pleasure of sin for a season”
“Never, never say never. I might do anything I want to do!