THIS WEEK'S DEAR JOHN LETTER!
A few weeks ago... I accidentally drove off with the tube thing from my bank. When it came back out, I must have tossed it in the back seat. I have no idea why. I just found it back there and realized it was from a few weeks ago because it still had the deposit slip in it. I feel like an idiot. My husband said I need to go in and tell them what happened. I'm sure they wondered where it went. I want to just leave it there when there's nobody at the bank. My husband said I'd probably be on security cameras doing that anyway, so just fess up and let them know it was an accident. I wonder if anyone else has done this. I'm getting more and more forgetful. That concerns me a little. What do you think I should do with this tube thing? They're probably expensive so I should figure out how to do it, then bring it back to the bank. Any of your listeners work at a bank? Has this happened before? I'd love some advice.
Signed – Bank Drive Off
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