I am a Girl Scout in Troop 2081, McLean, Virginia. I worked very hard selling 104 boxes of cookies. I even sold them in the snow. I was excited when I saw your article "The Cookies Are Coming! The Cookies Are Coming!" [Weekend, March 2]. I was disappointed when I read it. My customers will feel cheated. I love Girl Scouts and Girl Scout cookies. Did you taste the cookies?

ELIZABETH BIRD

McLean.

P.S. You bully!

Hank Burchard would like you to know that he also worked hard selling 63 boxes of Girl Scout cookies this year -- more than a third of them, in fact, to the Weekend staff .

ONE GIRL SCOUT'S COOKIE...

Hank Burchard's "The Cookies Are Coming! The Cookies Are Coming!" was a real delight to read. His sense of humor about the inability of people to say "no," the emotionality of the subject and the cost of the cookies was so apropos! I loved it. And the article about the tasters, their reamrks and ratings was really funny. I'll start the day with a smile.

BARBARA KLINE

(Mother of a Brownie Cookie-Pusher)

Annandale.

A "BEDROOM" DISAGREEMENT

[Judith Martin is] the only film and drama critic at The Post whose opinions I consistenltly trust -- that is, whose opinion usually agree with mine. Therefore, now that I've seen the play for myself, I am disappointed that [she] did not like "Bedroom Farce" [Weekend, February 23]. Though perhaps a shade beneath "The Norman Conquests," I thoguht it extremely funny and acted with great wit and style -- as only the British can do. Perhaps [she] had had a bad day or had seen too many plays and movies that week...

JUDITH PATTERSON washington