Allan Steinmetz really really loves their wife, Sarina. But child, did he screw up.
“HELP ME PLEASE,” Steinmetz’s impassioned plea starts for a flier tacked to a software application pole in Newton. In a burst of panicked capital letters, he describes in which he went incorrect:
“I MADE A HUGE ERROR AND MISTAKENLY SOLD the WIFE’S BIKE THAT HER DEAR FATHER GAVE HER 60 YEARS BACK. IT HAD GREAT SENTIMENTAL VALUE TO HER, AND I MISTAKENLY SOLD IT. SHE DESPERATELY WANTS IT BACK.”
The bicycle under consideration is a vintage French Motobecane Grand Touring bike, canary yellow with straight handlebars — a flourish her daddy added “so she could stay tall and get proud,” Steinmetz said.
Sarina Steinmetz’s father that is late a Holocaust survivor associated with the Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen concentration camps, “only purchased the very best of everything,” Steinmetz stated, and then he offered Sarina the bike as a present whenever she had been 16. Continue reading “‘I produced mistake’ that is huge Newton guy has to find their wife’s bicycle, fast”