To the woman that lost her pocketbook and it was turned in to Walmart (“Thankful For Honesty,” April 18-24), she was an honest woman.
But the person that took my money at a local shop wasn’t honest enough to give it back.
That money came from my dead husband. Never will get more. My name was on the inside.
She will never get any rest. I would have given her some. Every time she sees my name, I hope she remembers she stole.
Be very careful where you spend the $100 bills. I will be watching you. You will never in your life have good luck again. Aren’t you ashamed that you are such a thief? It will haunt you.