Where’s my couch? | TheUnion.com

Where’s my couch?

I had a denim couch advertised for free. Never did I think that what happened to me and the person I promised the couch to was possible. I had a very persistent woman and man calling me. On the last call, I explained to them the couch was spoken for, and I thought that was the end of them. Well, I had told my oldest daughter that someone was going to pick up the couch, but the other woman and a man in a white pick up truck pulled up and took the couch out of my garage while my oldest daughter was there.

First, how rude and inconsiderate not to wait until there was an adult around? It is people like you that make honest people not trusting of others, and that is sad. So I hope you and all of your friends and relatives enjoy the denim couch that you took without my consent or acknowledgment (I do believe this is considered theft). (The lady I had earmarked the couch for), thank you for being so nice when I had to call you to tell you that someone had just taken the couch out of my garage. Good things happen to good people and bad karma always comes back to those who deserve it.

Penny Shindelbower

Grass Valley

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