Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Problem Averted

Just picked up three $5.00 Starbucks cards and made little notes that say:

"Thanks for parking in my spot. I hope you enjoy this little treat and remember to find another spot next time!"

Last night, my middle sister was driving me home and she said "You know, you have to be kind to the person who parked in your spot."

Dangit. I hate when she's smarter than me!

8 comments:

jen said...

Wow. I am not worthy to be your house mate.

Diane said...

And I am so not worthy to be your friend.
I guess that's it then.

Brad said...

I like Starbucks

TheologyMom said...

That was a great idea! I'm guessing it will work much better than yelling or a mean note...did you give the same person all three cards? Or save the other two for another such occurrence?

Red Letter girl said...

Brad...come park in my spot!

TM: I have not done it yet...they are in my car for future use...but I thought of Mark and how he loved his neighbor even to the point of getting "badly beaten" and realized...I have a choice here. So..killing with kindness was my goal! :) Now, I'm waiting for them to park there!

Hillary said...

I will come and park there!

Anonymous said...

I just have to say that my sick mind says - if I got a starbucks card on my car - I would keep parking there in hopes for another starbucks card.

Confessing Kat

Red Letter girl said...

LOL! I thought about that too...I probably would do the same...but the note is kinda firm in that I might not be as "kind" next time :)

So far...have not had to use! WHEW.

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