Sunday, June 22, 2008

My Apologies

Dear Temple Patrons on Saturday, June 21st at the 10am Session:

Please forgive me for butting in line for the session. I can readily give you any number of excuses, but I doubt that they will make some of you feel better. Just rest assured that I felt guilty and wanted to turn around once the session began and ask your forgiveness. However, I didn't feel like that was possible. I have started the repentance process (this is the confess & forsake phase) and will be much more appropriate next time I am at the temple. Again, I am deeply sorry that I brought anger into some of your hearts in that beautiful place and wracked my soul with guilt for the following two hours.

P.S. Tammy - this whole situation only goes to prove that I will follow you ANYWHERE. Please do not consider jumping off a cliff, walking on hot coals or eating anything strange. Heaven knows that if you do it - I will also!

Sincerely,


Wendy
Owner of Possibly the World's Most Guilty Conscience

5 comments:

tifertoes said...

You are way too hard on yourself. Just keep in mind that the rest of the world holds you in very high regard. You are one of the coolest cats I know and one of the most amazing people ever, seriously!! I am sure if those temple patrons recognized your greatness they would have parted like the Red Sea to let you through. You are great and dont forget it, dang it!

kimpg3 said...

No apology needed. It was a great day all the way around. It wouldn't have been near as fun without you! I'm going to have to call you every time I go to the temple now. What a great weekend...so glad you were there!!!

Wendi said...

Dear "Unthoughtful girl who broke in line at the Temple on Saturday"

You. are. forgiven.

I hope this eases your conscience.

Sincerely,
"The girl who was filled with anger and muttered unkind words under her breath about you"

Wendi said...

BTW... you. are. hilarious.

tammy said...

Wendy-- I am naughty, inappropriate yin to your heavenly, proper yang. We are opposing, yet mutually rooted. I am convinced one cannot exist without the other!

luv,
Tammy