We're all guilty of it.
We ignore warning labels.
We drive short distances without our seatbelts.
We take the batteries out of our smoke alarms because it just won't stop beeping in the middle of the night.
We shake our heads at a car full of teenagers driving too fast and say, "They think they're invincible."
But don't we all? Until tragedy strikes us, we all walk around feeling a little bit invincible.
I did, too. Until Aug. 9 when flames engulfed my home.