Dear Mr. and Mrs. Bear,
Thank you for sending our darling Goldi back to us. There are a few things I’d like to have the opportunity for us to discuss parent to parent.
First off, our daughter is on a very strict organic raw food diet. Leaving food on the table, especially cooked porridge, was extremely irresponsible. Not being used to cooked food she burned her tongue on the porridge from the big bowl. I don’t blame her at all for dumping it on the floor. More worrisome, though, is the fact that we had to have a long conversation about why baby bear gets to eat cooked food and honey while she must eat raw oatmeal with pumpkin seeds and raisins.
Goldi told us that you didn’t even have proper accommodations for guests. Two of your chairs were not comfortable at all for her, and the one that was her size and barely comfortable enough for her to sit in, broke within minutes of her sitting down.
We’d be willing to accept all of this were it not for the fact that you woke her up from her nap and scolded her immediately. We always let her have a glass of milk and a cookie before talking to her when she wakes up. While Mr. Locks and I have all of the respect in the world for nature and all of its creatures, I believe it is a bit beyond the pale that you scolded her for exploring the forest our family has owned for three generations. We always encourage exploration in our home and an openness toward new experiences and Goldi was doing exactly as we raised her to do. My grandfather bought this land so we could use the resources there like trees, streams and even porridge – whether we choose to eat it or throw it away. She was merely using what was purchased some time ago.
As for Goldi, she was traumatized by the experience and still wakes from the nightmares your family gave her. You will be hearing from our attorney.
All the best,
Mrs. Linda Locks