Do I press the send button or wait and make changes?

I have not sent this email yet and had to hold back from pressing the send button.

Should I?  or what changes would you make to it?

Dear Principal
Each letter we have written has taken time, energy and is full of love and respect for our daughter.
Each email we have written has taken time, energy and is full of love and respect for our daughter.
Our risk to do what most people would never dream of doing makes us better people for the experience.  We have taken risks since the day she was born.
A head teacher told us “we have never done this before, we will make mistakes, but we want this to happen.”  He took a risk and the school was a better place for it.
Sadly, I do not hear anything from yourself, little compassion, fear and silence.   No personal response to our letters and emails is downright rude.
What a shame.
your sincerely,
Katie
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2 thoughts on “Do I press the send button or wait and make changes?

  1. Given the circumstances, I think the mail has been well thought out, concise and shows a huge degree of patience. You have also shown that you are better educated than the principal.
    Press the button

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