Dear laptop, Having had to have you reset to factory settings resulting in losing all my bookmarked pages is really annoying. I just thought I would share that thought with you.
Dear new shed, The concrete base is down now and ready for you. I am really looking forward to your arrival next week so that we can get all the garden tools etc. stored properly again.
Dear ladies in the cafe, Would it not have seemed more logical to sit beside each other at the same table than to chat in very loud voices across the, quite wide, gap between your separate tables? My mum and I, and the rest of the customers, didn’t really want to know all about your personal business.
Dear pedestrians, Please look for oncoming traffic BEFORE you step off the kerb and onto the road.
Dear soft toys tied on the front of refuse collection lorries, I feel so sorry for you, tied on to the front of these vehicles. I know the people who work on the lorries feel they are doing a good thing, brightening up their vehicle and cheering up the people they see as they drive around, but I always think you look so sad, especially when you have been tied on round your neck. Maybe I’m wrong and you are all as happy as sand-boys, watching the world go by on your daily trips around the neighbourhood. Perhaps one of you could let me know next time you are passing.
Dear sand-boys, Who are you, and who decided that you are the happiest people?