yeah. always.The bathroom window story? Another Mayor of Crazyville story? Nova Scotia stories?Dog stories?I am downstairs right now, and I can hear my dog, usptairs, by the sliding doors, SNORING.
Holy crap, that was quick! I just left my place for a minute. I had to check in with Corky, cuz I'm late today. I can't wait until I see the pug. Ruby is at the window right now actually. I'll see what I can come up with...
One day the Blogger NavBar directed me to your blog...around the time of your daughter's award. I read a few posts and was struck by your compassion, empathy and honesty; your pursuit to maintain a positive attitude in the face of many challenges.I check back intermittently to see what's new...I'm sorry that you are faced with these circumstances. Seems like this grocery chain is using this incident as some kind of example...unless the laws have changed, I don't think you are legally responsible for the store's security costs, because I'm pretty sure the security services are delivered to the store on contract/retainer anyway. Don't be surprised if that invoice is setting you up for a small claims court case down the road. Please obtain some legal advice over this. There are often free clinics available. I wish I could do something to help.
Christine - Thanks for stopping by again. I am expecting Zehrs to take me to small claims court over this, because I am not going to pay it. Not now, anyway. The security was not in place for me, or my actions, and the security guards were there already, not called in on my account. I feel that it is unfair to ask me to pay this, when this could have easily been resolved on the night that this happened. I do feel like the store is making an example of me. I really do. All I can do is roll with teh punches and deal with what comes next. Thanks for the support, and I hope that you'll continue stopping by.
You could write about all the fantastic meals you made with the "cheese"Have a good weekend:-)
Ldbug - LMAO! I would, but they took the damn cheese! You crack me up!
Hello, I just linked to your blog from another blog, from another blog....and so on. I read some of your posts (including the cheese story) and I just wanted to wish you good luck with everything!!! I hope it all works out well for you!
i a bit like that lately! hope you come up with somat soon!
Oooh I love doing these. Let me think...let me think...what is the worst piece of advice you have ever been given?
chumleyk - Thanks for stopping by. I will keep everyone posted on what happens with The Great Cheese Caper of '07.'her indoors - Still thinking...By the way, Happy birthday!Tod - That's a good question, but there has been SO much of it! I might have to answer this question in an email.
tell us something crazy you and heidi did in high school....
a good recipe for cheese souffle? A story about a cheese monster that comes alive in the night and devours the store? Or mold goes mad and devours all cheese of grocery chain, causing lawsuits, letters of humble apologies for not doing correct pull dates, and $32,000 of taxpayers' money spent on suing the cheese for not having better command of the mold? Should I go on?
dilling - Ok..Highschool. I was way more of a bad ass then Heidi was. She was pretty quiet - at school and in class, anyway. I think that we may have enticed her to sit under the trees by the ditch with us once or twice. That's where we sat to smoke. (up) Can't say that Heidi or I ever really DID smoke, tho. I know, posers. I'm sure that I can comeup with something in the way of stories, tho. Let me think on it......Gardenia - Don't get me started! You guys are killing me with the cheese references. A humble letter of apology would be nice, tho. I'm not holding my breath, but it would be good.
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