Monday, November 29, 2010

Will we find out if she leaves him? Or does he leave his wife?

I doubt the author of the love letter I found will respond.

Is there any merit to me turning this letter into lost and found?

Would you want something like this letter back if you lost it?


Julie King said...

I sent a shout out. I want to know what more this home-wrecker had to say. Too bad we can't read a reply from the cheating asshole husband.

Anonymous said...

Been a lurker for a month or so now and have read your entire website. You're friggin hilarious woman!

I read the first three words of the shout out and knew it was you. :)

Keep on writing, sister. You give voice to the endless thoughts that run through my mind on a daily basis riding the Barrie GO line.


C.J. Smith said...

Hi Lindsay
Nice to meet you! Thanks for taking time out of your day to read the site.


Kaylaa Claudusz #Ajax said...

No I wouldn't want the letter back but I think it's a great idea to put it an envelope and bring it to the Lost and Found at Union.

Keeping in mind this person doesn't know you have it, doesn't read the shout-outs and certainly doesn't read this website, that's probably where they are looking.

Dan said...

Maybe the person was going to throw it out anyway, if say it was the husband and he finished reading it. The GO L&F employees would probably read it over anyway to see what it's about, if not now then when they're about to toss it after not being reclaimed.

If I were one of the parties involved, I'd want that letter burnt. It's one of those things you hope disappears for good when you lose.