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Darling Little Girl Leaves Instructions for Stuffed Animals as she Evacuates for Hurricane Isaac (PHOTO)

By Meredith Carroll |

Teacher Got an Apple

Some kids are born leaders

A little girl named Ashley and her family had to leave their home in Mandeville, La., in order to escape the wrath of Hurricane Isaac.

Since a family can only take so much with them under these specific and harrowing circumstances, most of Ashley’s stuffed animals had to stay behind. However, instead of letting them wreak havoc along with Isaac while left home alone, Ashley, 8, left them some instructions on how to behave in her absence, according to The Huffington Post. After all, she told CNN if they messed up her room, her mom would get mad a her.

Take a look at Ashley’s rules and see if you don’t think she has a future as a detention supervisor or security guard:

Cute kid note

Yes, ma'am

 

Source: The Huffington Post

Top photo credit: iStock

Bottom photo credit: Greg Taylor/CNN iReport

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Meredith Carroll

Meredith C. Carroll is an award-winning columnist and writer based in Aspen, Colorado. She can be found regularly on the Op-Ed page of The Denver Post. From 2005-2012 her other column, "Meredith Pro Tem" ran in several newspapers, as well as occasionally on The Huffington Post since 2009. Read more about her (or don’t, whatever) at her website. Read bio and latest posts → Read Meredith's latest posts →

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