Friday, January 2, 2009

Gov. Sarah Palin comes through

As I shared in an earlier post, my daughter was disappointed after a series of mishaps to not score the autograph and a photo of Gov. Sarah Palin, after my daughter sang at the annual Governor's Open House.
So I sent an email to Gov. Palin, explained all that went wrong, and requested a signed photo.
And on Wed. my daughter, 11, received that photo that was signed with a note addressed to my daughter. She's thrilled.
Sometimes it just pays to ask.

6 comments:

Suzan Buckner said...

I am so happy that you are looking on the bright side of 2009!! I know things will get better for you!!!

You have been such a wonderful friend this year!! I hope we grow closer in 2009!!

I will be nice, and NOT leave a comment on the Palin letter..heheheheh...HUGS!!

Bev said...

You know our children sometimes need a little help along those lines. When my Missy was about 9 she was so into the Redskins especially Dave Butts. Because he drove past our house going home from Redskin Park he would always sign our big sign on the porch after a win. She was sick..born with a rare muscle disease, no prognosis so I wrote him...not only did he send a signed autograph, but he called her!!! What a nice guy!!! Hugs to your daughter!!!

Mary said...

Hi Cathy, thanks for your message. Sorry you had such a hard time leaving one on my blog. Were you able to view it???

I am sure your daughter was very pleased! What a fun thing for her.

Wishing you many blessings in the coming year!

By the way, Bev is my wonderful sweet big sister!!!! :)

roc said...

that's so nice cath! i bet she was so happy.

Cathy said...

thanks for restraining yourself, suzan! she's just a little girl, and to her palin's like a celebrity because she's seen palin on tv.

yes, mary, i can view your blog. just can't comment. it gets stuck on loading flickr and then won't let me navigate from there.

thanks for the nice comments, bev and roc. it's always uplifting when we see our kids glow with happiness!

Sir Pumpkin said...

Such a happy warm story! Hugs for making me smile on a sub zero day.