Kionna and Dusty had just finished their supper at a Olive Garden in Oklahoma County with their 8-year-old daughter. Kionna received a surprise dose of brutality as the family left the restaurant and returned to their car in the parking lot.
Someone had scrawled a vicious and misguided message on a scrap of yellow paper and taped it to the automobile windshield.
Disabled? Read the message. No. Your big fat a**es are all you have.
This stranger not only accused the family of inappropriately parking in a disabled area, but he or she also made a snide remark about their appearance.
Kionna and her husband tried to swipe the message from the windshield as quickly as they could before their curious daughter read it, but it was too late. The little girl enquired as to why a total stranger would leave such a dreadful message for them.
But what the discourteous and illiterate author of the message didn’t realize (or didn’t care to know) was that Dusty suffers from a medical condition with which he has fought throughout his life.
To witness Kionna’s hilarious reaction to the yellow note, scroll down.
Kionna Montazer, an Oklahoma parent, posted on Facebook in October 2015, “To the person/persons that left this letter on my car at the Olive Garden on Memorial in OKC today, I’d want to say thank you!”
“Your ill-advised and ill-informed attempt to humiliate me and my family provided me with an opportunity to teach my 8-year-old daughter a lesson.”
‘Mom, why would someone do that?’ she said as she saw the message. They haven’t even heard of us.’
This from a little girl whose father would never be able to escort her down the aisle because he is disabled.
“So we explained to her that some people’s hearts are filled with hatred.”
We also discussed how your actions may have a significant impact on others around you, and how she should constantly be aware of people’ feelings.”
“I stated that she was correct. These individuals had never heard of us before.
They were unaware that my spouse suffers from Muscular Dystrophy and has suffered with it throughout his life.”
“They didn’t know that, despite his doctors’ advice years ago to get into a wheelchair, he resisted and remained on his own two feet until he finally collapsed for the last time, blowing out both knees and breaking an ankle.”
They don’t realize that we’ve been adjusting to a life in which he can’t even get up to get in and out of a car for the past two years.”
“They didn’t see that I’d damaged my rotator cuff while assisting him in his transitions.” They have no idea that he is already in a state of continual anxiety, and that their nasty remarks would simply make things worse. They don’t realize that he has a belly since he has no stomach muscles left to keep anything in his stomach.
They had no idea that our 8-year-old is already struggling to grasp why her father can’t jump about and play with her like other fathers. They simply don’t know.
And since they didn’t know, they let the hatred in their hearts rule their lives.”
“Again, I’d just like to express my gratitude.”
Your ignorance provided a beautiful opportunity for my husband and me, who have suffered and survived and come out stronger in the previous couple of years, to not only teach our daughter a good lesson, but also to overcome and be appreciative for the blessings that continue to come our way!”
Kionna is hoping that the person who placed the letter on her wrists will see her viral Facebook post. She wants everyone to know that there are people out there, such as her husband, who are dealing with issues that aren’t necessarily visible on the surface.