(Photo of actual note) Dear Editor, I’d like to share the following true episode and request feedback from your loyal readers. Last week, as I walked out of Dr. Shanik’s office, a strange man approached my just 3 year old who was holding my hand. He handed my son a piece of paper and said “Give this to your mother.” Thinking it was a receipt that fell out of my pocketbook, I put in back into my pocket. Upon starting the car, I took out the “receipt” and stared. Written on a flap of an envelope, it said “your skirt does not cover your nees in back.” Now, o.k. I am careful to uphold the tznius standard and I would not even be offended if a woman would point out to me that my skirt does not cover properly when I sit or neck is too low etc. At that moment, horror and shock filled me or truthfully, for a while. I understand the well meaning behind it. But is it appropriate for a strange Lakewood yungerman to write a note and give it to my son – with his message (his two cents). Ladies! How would you react if your husband shared with you what he did on his way out of the Dr. office with your child?? He stared after a woman and even let her know!!!Dear Readers, What do you say??