During my last trip down to Colosse, I found The Cigar Box. TCB was a box of a brand of cigars that my somewhat famous Great Grandfather endorsed. Inside TCB was a bunch of old knick-knacks. I may talk more about the box in the future, but I wanted to share one of the findings, which I referred to once before:
Somewhere in the boxes of my parents house is something I call The Bizarro Letter. She wrote me a letter in marker that was at best vaguely comprehensible. I found it amusing and showed it my friends, none of whom had any idea what message she might have been trying to convey. It had profound passages like “In 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 years I will beeeeeeeeeee (buzz) 21 21 21 21 21″ (21 was written 21 times) and between talking about her cat and her mother burst out with “I SAW THE STRANGEST SHADE OF PURPLE TODAY!”
That was how I remembered it, but it wasn’t quite right. The above might have been from a mock-up that I wrote up once, while the letter was missing. Anyhow, he was the letter that Fever sent me:
Front of the Envelope - Nothing special here, and most of it is blacked out for privacy reasons. I mostly included it because I included…
Back of the Envelope - This was how I knew it was from her before I saw who it was from.
Page One - My name, her name, and a unique name are blacked out.
Page Two - A couple black-outs without explanation. They would require a story that would not be worth the time to write and read, but might be recognizable to the right person.
Back of Page Two - Not much here. Just a little… weirdness.