Apology Letters

November 3 2798

                Dear Mrs. Haven,

                I would like to apologize for ruining your lawn yesterday. I was time-traveling to apprehend a [classified] criminal, and I and my partner arrived in your garden. I apologize for all the hard work we ruined and understand if you do not choose to forgive us.

                My deepest apologies,

                Samuel Lastfarthing-Smith, November 3  2904

November 3 2798

                Mr. Carson,

                I would like to apologize for the theft and demolition of your vehicle. I traveled from the future to stop a [classified] criminal and when he stole a vehicle to escape, the safest and fastest route was to also steal a vehicle. I apologize that that vehicle was yours. I did not intend to crash it.

                Your Insurance company should pay for a new vehicle. I hope you like it more than the one I stole.

                Sincerely,

Samuel Lastfarthing-Smith, November 3  2904

November 3 2798

                Geortown City Hall,

                I would like to apologize for the incident at the intersection of Main St. and Long Ave. I time traveled from the future in pursuit of a [classified] criminal, who I had to pursue through that intersection. I apologize for causing wrecks.

                I also apologize for not attempting to contact any of the local authorities upon my arrival. I was under instructions to apprehend the [classified] criminal as quickly as possible.

                Samuel Lastfarthing-Smith, November 3  2904

November 3 2798

                Dr. Robert Smith,

                I would like to apologize for further interrupting class yesterday. I was chasing a criminal, trying to stop him from committing a [classified] crime. I would also like to apologize on his behalf – I am sure he did not purposely choose your class to interrupt.

                I would like to say that one of your students seemed to be struggling with the materials you were going over, so maybe you can call yesterday an emergency and go over everything you went over yesterday again.

                Humbly yours,

                Samuel Lastfarthing-Smith, November 3  2904

November 3 2798

                Mr. Luke Wagner,

                I so very sorry for breaking the window as I jumped out of it. I realize that you had just finished cleaning it, I am eternally regretful that I could not jump through one of the ones you had not yet cleaned, but jumping through any of those windows would have most likely led to my death, so I apologize for breaking your clean window.

                You are an amazing window cleaner, and I hope to never disturb you again.

                Samuel Lastfarthing-Smith, November 3  2904

November 3 2798

                Mr. Gardener,

                I apologize for stealing from your clothesline yesterday. I am a timetraveler, and I was chasing down a [classified] criminal and your blue sheet was used to apprehend him. The sheet was ruined and collected as evidence, so also apologize that I cannot return it.

                Thank you for not interfering with me and my partner as we made the arrest.

Samuel Lastfarthing-Smith, November 3  2904

November 3 2798

                Mr. Robert Forington,

                I would like to apologize for bribing your employee to steal Item #36 from you. I also apologize for stealing item #36 from you. I time traveled from the future to stop a [classified] criminal and Item #36 was necessary to take.

                The employee I bribed is Nathan John Quick. Considering that he accepted my bribe of $3,000 very quickly, I suggest you review his standing in your company.

                Best wishes,

                Samuel Lastfarthing-Smith, November 3  2904

November 3 2904

                Gabby,

                I apologize. I know you didn’t want me sending out apology notes after each mission. I’m not sorry for doing it, but I do apologize.

                I’ll owe you for lunch tomorrow.

                Samuel November 3 2904

November 10 2798

Nathan John Quick,

I would like to apologize that bribing you was necessary, but I am not sorry. I am glad that it took at least $3,000 to allow me entrance, that you don’t allow just anyone in. I am not sorry that you are now in jail and I am not sorry for my part in putting you there.

I hope that when you are released, you will be an upstanding citizen.

Samuel Lastfarthing-Smith, November 10  2904

Gabby,

Sorry.

Samuel

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