Feel free to come back for the light you dropped

Through your columns I’d like to address this to: Dear Thief - I fail to understand the need you seem to have for stealing things

Dear Editor,

Through your columns I’d like to address this to: Dear Thief – I fail to understand the need you seem to have for stealing things from people’s front yards.

People put things in their yards not only for their own enjoyment but also for the enjoyment of others as well. We HAD a lighthouse in our front flower bed that is now gone. The light house was made for me by a friend, if you really wanted one, I would have been happy to have one made just for you!

You were in such a hurry Monday night (June 10), you dropped the light from the top and I have it here, do feel free to come and ask for it.

Then you wonder why people don’t put things out in their yards. Many items are gifts from others and have a sentimental value that can never be replaced. This is not the first time things have gone missing.

Do you believe in karma … I do, what goes around, comes around. Please feel free to stop by anytime and ASK for the light.

Barb Fenske,

Sylvan Lake

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