A Washington state grandmother who got a ticket for speeding didn’t get angry – she sent a ‘thank you’ note instead.

Tana Baumler was headed toward Yellowstone National Park with her two grandchildren when she was pulled over for going 95 mph in a 75 mph zone.

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"Dear Idaho State Police, Recently I was on vacation with my grandchildren and was pulled over for speeding. Officer Mike Nielson made it a good experience for my grandchildren by talking with them calmly and giving them stickers. He didn't leave me out and I got my very own STICKER SHOCK :) Thanks for a great attitude,” she wrote.

Baumler and her granddaughters were on “Fox and Friends” this morning to discuss the experience. Watch more above.

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