DUMPSHAU & FINGLE, P.C.
Garry B. Dumpshau, Esq.
Professional Relationship Mediation
November 18, 1984
Re: The heart you were given last Christmas
Dear Ms. Jessup,
My client Mr Michael, has contacted me in regards to an item which he gave you in December of last year. According to Mr Michael he presented you with his heart, presumably as some sort of Christmas gift, however he then alleges that you gave it to someone else the next day.
Mr Michael appears to still possess some fondness towards you but is hesitant to trust you with the heart which he sent you. It is at the behest of Mr Michael that I ask you to collect and return his heart as soon as possible as it is again drawing towards the festive season and he would like to re-gift his heart to someone else. He assures me that this person appears to be of higher standing than yourself and is, in his own words, “special”.
Mr Michael has also stated that you appear to have a “soul of ice”. This concerns me a little as I hope that no damage has come to the heart whilst it was in your possession as you would be required to pay some sort of recompense to Mr Michael as a result.
I trust that you understand the sensitivity of this matter and I appeal to your sense of decency and decorum in attending to the matter of returning Mr Michael’s heart in a timely fashion.
Very truly yours,
Garry B. Dumpshau