Windfall Woman

Life and times of an older Brittany Murphy look-a-like still working as a sales executive after experiencing a life changing windfall a year or so ago

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Tuesday, November 08, 2005

From Walt

Dear Ms. [WFW],

I want to thank you for the Ephiphone Thunderbird IV bass guitar and the Rogue amplifier you got me for my birthday. At least I think it was you that did it. I didn't fall off the turnip truck. My dad told me that I wouldn't be getting a guitar because it was too expensive. I figure you heard me talking about my birthday in class and what I wanted. That is so cool Ms. XXX. I think you must do pretty well at your corporate job so I kinda put two and two together and think you are responsible. I sure do apreciate it. You shouldnt have done it. I've been playing it even though I don't know how. It's like the greatest present I've even gotten. Thanks again. I appreciate it.

Sincerely
Walt xxxx

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10 Comments:

Blogger steelcowboy said...

It is the small things which make us larger...

7:19 AM  
Blogger David said...

deny it
deny deny deny

dont let on
keep the mystery and wonder alive
maybe there is an angel
(and maybe you are she!)

9:26 AM  
Blogger David said...

here is the way out
1. you did NOT buy it
2. You did not even give the money
to the parents, a generaous lawyer fellow took care of the leg work.
So your hands are clean.

I had a good meeting w hannah's new teacher yesterday, I think we will like independent study.

9:31 AM  
Blogger Lauri said...

What a great note.

I guess the question is - are you going to deny?

I love his comment about you "doing well in your corporate job"...that's great!

11:05 AM  
Blogger Stacy Dawn said...

OOOOOOH how sweet! Just from the polite letter, I can tell he deserved it!

Thanks for the interest in my greeting cards too! No I don't have a distributor yet, I'm still in all the beginning stages (including another five lines with various farm animals) but didn't even think of the benefits of the internet yet (insert slap of forehead here)I'm much better at design than business obviously. But I'm always up for advice. Thanks again.

11:25 AM  
Anonymous Snake said...

I'll say it again, that's one lucky kid.

2:00 PM  
Blogger Flubberwinkle said...

What a kind and deserving kid!
You did good fairy godmother!
The denial is up to you, I'd like to be appreciated but the windfall and everything may cause turmoil...

2:05 PM  
Blogger Ruvym said...

Is his last name Disney? I guessed it didn't I?

5:16 PM  
Blogger Windfall Woman said...

Steel, you are so right. David, thanks for the advice. Lauri, I AM going to deny, deny, deny. Stacy, you are welcome about the cards. I need to put on my thinking hat being a sales/marketing person. You've got an awesome product there - seriously. Snake, he may be a lucky kid but I feel privileged to know him. FW, thanks for the pat on the back. I can't confirm his suspicion although one part of me really wants to "recognize" his insightfulness and scrutiny. Ruvym, man, you are a hoot! Disney! LOL.....

5:52 AM  
Blogger mothergoosemouse said...

Wow. What a great kid. How wonderful you must feel!

3:11 PM  

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