Dear Mom and Dad:
You bless my heart most deeply. It is my desire to one day be as gracious and thoughtful as you both are. You are much appreciated, and very loved.
Dear Co-Worker #1:
Wow! I’d like to know how you pull that off every week. Every day, actually.
Dear Co-Worker #2:
This week, I hope??!
Dear Huffington Post:
How quickly I became disenchanted with you! Yours shouldn’t be the only viewpoint allowed.
I’d be interested to know, from your own mouth, why it was you didn’t speak to Sweetwater’s guest of honor. You’ve caused a little bit of a stir! Has anyone asked you personally for your reasoning? We’d listen, if you’d care to share. (Did you even know you were on the hot seat?)
You, perhaps, haven’t forgiven Local Blogger…it’s not really that big of a deal, but we all know how you hate to be ignored. Time to forgive and forget…which doesn’t mean you have to revisit the blog, but it does mean you never have to think about it again. I think you can do that.
Dear Hobby Lobby:
I respect your decision to keep your store closed on Sunday to honor the Lord’s Day. I also think it’s commendable that you purchase full page ads in the local newspaper each Easter and Christmas. And don’t think I haven’t noticed the praise and worship music playing when I shop there. I do love your store!
Dear Newbern’s Catfish:
I also respect your decision to close on Sunday; and I love how your express Christianity throughout the restaurant. Your catfish ain’t bad, either! MMMmmm!
Dear Big Fish Games:
When is the last time you came out with a new game that didn’t have a vampire, ghost or witchcraft theme? I don’t buy my angels games with such nonsense. :::::looking around::::: Did I just say that? The queen of late night scary movies in the 80’s?? When did I grow up???