Friday, June 18, 2010

Letters Of Intent


Dear Cop That Ran The Red Light,

I saw you. Yep. I saw you. In broad daylight, plain as day, run that very very RED light. Your lights weren't flashing and your siren wasn't blaring. Not on a high speed chase, not off to save a kitten from the top of a tree, not to help a child out of a burning building, not even to pull over a reckless driver. Nope.... to pull into Chick-Fil-A for lunch. You sicken me. You used your power to beat the lunch crowd. Wow. Nice job. If I could give you a ticket, I would. I hope you enjoyed that chicken sandwich. Honestly, I hope it was cold and nasty. I hope your sweet tea was sour. Oh, you got a Coke, well I hope it was flat! I hope they forget to give you napkins and a straw. I hope you got ketchup all over yourself when you opened it to for your (hopefully) cold, over salted fries. Next time you run a red light I hope it is to save an old lady from a mugger... not to grab a bite to eat. I'm watching. And young people are watching... make better choices and set a better example. I expect my children to learn positive traits from a cop.

Sincerely,

The Woman Who Wants To Do A Citizens Arrest








Dear Infection That Took Uncle Larry,

I don't say this often... I hate you.



Sincerely,

A Grieving Woman

3 comments:

deepintheheartoftexas2 said...

That cop sure isn't setting a very good example.

It is ok to hate the infection that took your uncle.

Foursons said...

Oh my gosh. Are you serious? I can't believe a cop was so self-entitled that he thought it was OK to run a red light just so he could get to Chick-Fil-A a few minutes sooner. What would have happened if he killed someone as he crashed into them because they were going when the light turned green? I'm sure he would have found a way to blame the other driver. Oh boy, does this ever make me angry!

And I am so, so sorry to hear about your uncle. How absolutely heart-breaking. I pray for peace and comfort beyond understanding for all of you left behind.

Thanks for linking up!

LaVonne said...

I wish cops like that didn't give the good ones a bad name. :(

BTW, I always love your Letters of Intent.

Sincerely,
An Admiring Blogger ;)