Yesterday, David had talked about how the neighbor’s lawn mower didn’t cut grass very well.
He told mom that the neighbor had a mower that looked a lot like ours.
Mom’s wedding ring has disappeared. Random cash has gone missing, and we don’t know what else.
To my mom and dad.
All those times that I stole from you, I am sorry. I had no idea how you felt. apologies 25 years after aren’t much use, but please… accept my sincere apologies.
Cousins. You let me stay in your apartment when I was passing through your town. I stole a number of cassette tapes from you as well. I make no excuses. Please accept my apologies.
I can’t make it right, but I can apologize.
Brother. Those silver dollars….
To that guy who woke up one morning and couldn’t start his truck. Your battery was missing. I can’t put it back.
There are so many, and I can’t apologize individually to everyone I have wronged, please know that I have thought of you, I try to help others as a way of making amends for the wrongs I have done.
Earlier today, David and I were struggling. He said that he was afraid we were going to send him away. I told him, he has control over his destiny. I don’t expect perfect behavior. I do expect him to try. He hasn’t shown me that he is trying. I don’t know what we are going to do. I just don’t know.