Said I'm Sorry, Didn't I?

Stinnett, Caskie
May 1961
Saturday Evening Post;5/6/1961, Vol. 324 Issue 18, p40
Presents the author's apology to his neighbor whom he accidentally drenched while washing his car. Statement that a man had the right to come out of his yard without someone turning water on him; Explanations regarding the cause of his laughter; Suggestion to readdress the letters his neighbor was holding, since the ink had begun to run.


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