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Dear Sir, I write this note to you to tell you of me plight and at the time of writing, I am not a pretty sight; me body is all black and blue, me face a deathly gray and I write this note to say why Paddy's not at work today.
While working on the fourteenth floor some bricks I had to clear; now, to throw them down from such a height was not a good idea. Now, clearing all these bricks by hand it was so very slow, so I hoisted up a barrel and secured the rope below.
But in me haste to do the job I was to blind to see that a barrelful of building bricks was heavier than me. So when I untied the rope the barrel fell like lead and clinging tightly to the rope I started up instead. Well, I shot up like a rocket till to my dismay I found that halfway up I met the bloody barrel comming down.
Well, the barrel broke me shoulder as to the ground it sped, and when I reached the top I banged the pully with my head.
Well, I clung on tight through numbed shock from this almighty blow and the barrel spilled out half the bricks fourteen floors below. Now, when these bricks had fallen from the barrel to the floor I then outweighed the barrel and so started down once more; still clinging tightly to the rope, I sped towards the ground, and I landed on the brocken bricks that were all scattered round.
Well, I lay there groaning on the ground, I thougth I'd passed the worst, when the barrel hit the pully-wheel and then the bottom burst.
Well, a shower of bricks rained down on me, I hadn't got a hope as I lay there moaning on the ground, I let go of the bloody rope. The barrel than being heavier, it started down once more, and landed right across me, as I lay upon the floor.
Well, it broke three ribs and my left arm and I can only say that I hope you'll understand why Paddy's not a work today Unfortunately we're not authorized to show these lyrics.Note: The above provided samples of sick leave letters could be submitted to schools, college, office and else where by doing minor editing.
If you have any sort of difficulty in editing or creating a custom leave letter for yourself, you can let me know by writing below. A note apparently written by a doctor in Alberta has gone viral after this photo was posted to Reddit this week.
The doctor calls the writing of the note a waste of time and tax dollars. My secondary school office called and told me to write a note of why i wasn't here for 2 days.
I had hay fever and had to go to the doctor and have some rest But i have no idea how to write a sick note, my parents don't know how to write and they told.
Here are the 7 notes you should write to your children: 1.
Love note. In addition to writing a note of blessing, you can also have a blessing ceremony. There is something inside every child that makes that child crave a good word from his or her parents. Click To Tweet.
the easiest way of getting a fake sick note is 2 learn 2 copy ure parent or gardians siganture get a peaice of paper and start trying 2 copy it works best if . —Letter-Writing Tutorial. Sample Letter #1. Copied! I am so sorry to hear of your illness. It brings to mind the many times you have given your time to nurse others in similar situations. I would like to do the same for you. With your permission I would like to come over each morning to help you get ready for the day. If you want to know when you get a genuine pass on writing a note, the litmus test is simple: Do I live under the same roof as the giver? If the answer is ‘yes,’ you need not write a thank-you note (although a thank-you Post-It might be a nice touch).
7. College and career note. Writing cards and letters to sick children can help a child- and their family- feel some joy, some support during times when both may be in short supply. While you could always go to a hospital directly to ask about sending things to their children's ward, below are several sites that help to send cards in an easy way that keeps paitent's.
If you want to know when you get a genuine pass on writing a note, the litmus test is simple: Do I live under the same roof as the giver? If the answer is ‘yes,’ you need not write a thank-you note (although a thank-you Post-It might be a nice touch).