Police officers have one of the most stressful and thankless jobs on Earth. They are expected to go into fight or flight situations where they're not allowed to run away. A lot is expected from them, and as such, they are given a lot of authority. Unfortunately, many officers abuse this authority and the actions of these few erode trust the public has in all of them.
It's sometimes hard to remember that police officers are just citizens doing a job. The majority try to do good and help their communities. It'd be nice to see more stories of cops restoring our faith in humanity.
Unfortunately, wine also has its downsides. Especially if you're at a wine tasting event and don't realize how to properly engage in the activity. You're supposed to just taste it (hence the name of the activity) and spit it out. Many don't abide by this rule, however.
Dally felt so bad she decided to do something about it. Nothing says "sorry" like a sweet treat.
"Anyway, as most of you do know I'm way too nice. My conscience was eating at me so I decided to find Officer Guillory (who's super sweet, by the way) and apologize with a cookie cake! I just thought I'd share with y'all."
Officer Guillory is an example of a cop that restores your faith, as he found the situation funny and not only accepted the gift, but posed for a picture with it and Dally. This is certainly a better outcome than other stories involving drunk women and police officers. Dally's post got a lot of attention online, but when reached she said she wants the attention to be focused instead on cyberbullying, reminding people who need help that they can call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.