Dear Dad,
I am soooo sorry. I really did not know that I drew on your Robert
Plant autograph and the autograph is not ruined. I promise that I will
be more careful and ask permission before I draw. If it makes you feel
better I will have no computer for 1 or 2 weeks. Again I am so so so so
so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so sorry.

The girl

Editor’s note: Plant’s autograph, while one of my husband’s prized possessions, to the untrained eye was but a scribble on a piece of notepaper. The girl was forgiven.

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3 Responses to Apology

  1. Jennifer says:

    Wow, that was an abject apology!

    Question: If the autograph is so prized, why did he leave it where someone could scribble on it? Why wasn’t it framed, along with a photo of Robert Plant, and then placed on an altar to all things Zeppelin? 🙂 I’m pretty sure that if my husband had Robert Plant’s autograph, we’d not only have an altar, the decor of our house would revolve around that altar.

  2. Cory Capron says:

    Seriously! I keep my Stan Winston autographed T2 ticket stub…

    No… Wait… I’m not telling. But it’s in my room, where a child’s screams will alert me to its endagerment. ;P

  3. Cory Capron says:

    …because there is a lot of junk in my room that isn’t childsafe.

    Gosh I wish I was that good at sorry notes when I was little. Would have been nice when I broke that Norman Rockwell plate.

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