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The letter

There once was a young girl, laughing, happy and cheerful as all young girl’s should be. One day something terrible happened in the young girls life. Here is the police account and what she bravely did to address the problem:

how a young girl took back control .......

8 comments:

Grampy said...

I would have loved to read the rest of the story.I clicked on the link and it said it could not find it.Have a good day.And thanks for visiting my blog.

Kloggers/Polly said...

I believe the words are as follows:

“When I found out that I had been burgled I was crying. And I refused to come home so I had to sleep at my auntie’s and I tryed (sic) to make my mum let me stay another night because I was scared to death."

“Now I don’t like to go past the third lamppost on my street any more because I get really scared and I run as fast as I can back to my house. I feel so so so sad that you did this to me.”

Amy, who also drew a picture of herself crying, asked questions including: “Who came up with the stupid idea to burgle us?”, “what did you do with all our stuff?” and “why did you pick our house to burgle?”

If you scroll down to the end of the page link there should be a video of her reading the letter out loud - very bravely!

Grampy said...

I know how she feels.You feel violated.It has happened to me twice.Luckily I was an adult and could deal with it.I feel for that young lady.

Mike Foster said...

Hope you and yours have a wonderful holiday season and amazing 2010!

peace,
Mike
Happy Holidays from livelife365

Liza said...

Wishing you and yours a joyous Christmas.

A Simple Life
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tech manis said...

happy holidays
salam kenal,,,

Mariuca said...

Merry Christmas and Happy Hols Polly! I wish u and your family a wonderful celebration this year.. :)

CastoCreations said...

Hmmm...well, it's a sweet sentiment but I'm skeptical that it will touch enough criminal hearts to make a huge impact. Although if just a couple change their lives that is of course good. It's just very touchy feely and I do not like that kind of so called social justice type of outreach.