I have been stewing on something all night and I need to vent. My dear Grammy's service is this Saturday and I am playing along nicely, planning on going to the KH and being respectful and trying to be true to my Grammy's legacy. She was truly the kindest person I have known and I know she loved her religion and the people around her.
However, my sister, who has decided to return to the JW religion a few years back after being so against it, is up for the service. That's fine. I respect her choice to be whatever religion she chooses, and if it makes her happy, then so be it. Who am I to say? She just can't keep her mouth shut about it, which is annoying, but that's typical. They can't help it.
Anyway, she lost her camera case and some money, credit card and a license. She left it at a lake. I called up there and left the information for them to call if it was found. I was hopeful...I said, maybe someone will find it and call. She immediately said, well, if they're a JW, then, yes, otherwise, no. I was stunned. I wasn't quite sure that I heard it correctly. The implication is that we're all dishonest. Seriously? I found a wallet not too long ago loaded with cash. I sent it back to the owner and paid the postage myself and never really told anyone. Until now. I am not sure how to handle this and I need advice.
The truth is, I know that she's up to some things that would definitely get her booted to the curb. However, I am not one that is in a position to judge anyone or tattle. But I am thinking that once this whole thing is over with my grandmother, I might send her an email saying that I am aware of exactly what she's up to, and while she may be fooling everyone else, she's not fooling me. And then end it there. I might also add that when she needs me (which she eventually will when she's busted) I'll be here, as usual.
Thoughts?? Opinions?? Thanks.