Wednesday, March 8, 2017



A woman in Washington State is sharing a heartbreaking apology note left on her door by a young boy.

Chrissy Marie Reitz posted a photo of the note and a $5 bill that was left with it on her Facebook page last Friday. The note reads: “I am sorry that we stold [sic] your windchime our mom died and liked butterflies so my sister took it to put it by our window I am sorry this is only money I have please do not be mad at us. Jake.
Reitz added that she certainly wasn’t mad at Jake for taking her windchime and she even offered for Jake to come back so that she can return his money and give him another windchime for his sister. “Well Jake, I not sure who you are but you can come get your money back sweetie. I had 3 of those windchimes,” she wrote.
In a separate post on Facebook, Reitz shared that she lost her own mom when she was only 5-years-old, and if she finds Jake, she will “give him his money without embarrassing or scaring him.
So a lot of people have asked me some questions here are the answers. (If I miss your question sorry, just inbox me again and I will answer)
1. Yes , I do know what it's like to loose a parent I was 5 years old when I lost my mom and just lost my dad almost 6 years ago. Everyone unfortunately will loose a parent sometime in their life.
2. Yes, I am a mom 4 boys 1 girl. Love them all dearly. Yes it is true they have health issues.
3. I work from home due to my health and I am loving my business and more freedom I receive this way.
4. If I found Jake what would I do, we'll I would do what I said give him his money without embarrassing or scaring him.
5. How I feel about negative publicity about jake, I find it troubling that people need to point out the worst in everything yes I do know they stole, they stole from me but he did try to make it right most likely without hurting his sister (possible reason for giving me money instead of chime back)
6. I was taught and feel in my heart to forgive and yes that is what I will do.
 As I said if I missed your question I apologize I am not trying to avoid anyone.

In a world filled with hatred, cruelty, and lack of compassion, the words of Chrissy Marie ring like a beacon of hope for kindness and caring.

Jake and his sister are  children, victims of heartbreak, they have lost their mother and much more. Their reality is sad and there will not be a happy ending as their lives are changed for the worst, forever.

Yet their conscience remains intact.

The kindness and caring of Chrissy Marie shine like a beacon of hope in a sick, cruel, heartless, corrupt world, where compassion is rare and cruelty has become the new normal.

"I was taught and feel in my heart to forgive and yes that is what I will do".