So, after a wonderful season coaching my third and fourth grade girls in basketball, the supervisor, who is a reasonably amiable chap normally, sent to all of us coaches this card, which, as a sentiment, is rather sweet. However, given the text inside the card... -shudders- perhaps a thank you call or something would have been better. What I want to know is how he, a man with all the degrees of which he boasts, can possibly write a card such as this.
Before I continue, imagine a very script-y font, suited perhaps for an invitation to an afternoon tea or a banquet or something, all in bloody caps (caps that I cannot bring myself to replicate here, so, like I said, imagine).
Youth basketball coach's
Thank you for your hard work and dedication this past basketball season. Youth sports is a coloberation between the TVRPD, volunteer coach's, referees, parents, and the athletes all working together to create a fun and compettitive program.
Thank you again for your support.
[insert his name here]