Dear Class and Mr. Foss,
I am sureyou remember what I said in class yesterday, and I am sincerely sorry aboutit. I realize that once something hasbeen said, it will be remembered forever. In order to make this situation better, I genuinely ask for yourforgiveness for any issue that I may have cause emotionally, or in another way. What I did was wrong, and yesterday was notthe right time for me to ask such a question.
One of my friends at school hadtold me that there was a crash relating to what I was asking about. He said that he had viewed the story on thenews in the past week. Last night, Icalled KOMO 4 News, KING 5 News, and KIRO 7 News, and during each phoneconversation, I was assured over and over again that there hadn’t been a storyin the news relating to that subject. Aswell as this, I researched on the Seattle Times and Seattle Post-Intelligencerwebsites looking for an article relating to this subject. Again, there was nothing. My friend falsified this story, and I’m veryfrustrated with him.
But, nomatter what my friend told me or said, I was the one who asked thequestion. I take full responsibility forwhat happened yesterday, and promise that nothing like that will ever happenagain.
Basically, If you would please tell me if I need to add anything or subtract something from the apology that'd be great. Or if i should do anything else
Again, I realize what I did was idiotic, so you don't have to tell me. :)
Thanks for your help. +k will come for good answers